Matthew Rosenberg is the one writer that would get me to pick up a comic that's drawn by Greg Land. I've been a fan of his from the moment I got a review copy of We Can Never Go Home #1. His new X-Men series features characters that have either never been the epitome of the team or are at a place where they just don't fit in with the core team. However, can a comic drawn by Greg Land still be good?
Dynamite is making a habit of chronicling the adventures of some iconic female characters. This week sees the release of their latest addition to a roster of heroines, Xena, the Warrior Princess. For the publisher of Red Sonja, It seems like a natural fit.
SPIDER-WOMAN #1 DENNIS HOPELESS (W) GREG LAND (A/C) Variant Cover by MILO MANARA VARIANT COVER BY SKOTTIE YOUNG VARIANT COVER BY SIYA OYUM ROCKET RACCOON & GROOT VARIANT BY TBA Blank variant ALSO AVAILABLE SOLICITATION: New Ongoing Series/Spider-Verse Tie-In! Jessica Drew has been an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and agent of S.W.O.R.D., an Avenger and so
Let’s talk about these covers, because when the Marvel solicitations came out this week, the Internet blew up with people criticizing Spider-Woman #1, specifically, the variant cover by Milo Manara. Milo Manara is an Italian comic artist, best known for erotic work like the Click! series and Butterscotch. He is very good at it, and