Tag Archives: Raul Allen

Freeze Frame 7/14/2016

From The Wicked + The Divine #21 by Jamie McKelvie & Matt Wilson
From The Wicked + The Divine #21 by Jamie McKelvie & Matt Wilson

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Freeze Frame 5/20/2016

From Future Quest #1 by Steve Rude & Jordie Bellaire
From Future Quest #1 by Steve Rude & Jordie Bellaire

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Freeze Frame, 2-19-16

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From I Hate Fairyland #5 by Skottie Young & Jean-Francois Beaulieu

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Freeze Frame 1/22/2016

From I Hate Fairyland #4 by Ryan Ottley
From I Hate Fairyland #4 by Ryan Ottley

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This Year’s Finest 2015: Uncovering the Best Covers

How many stellar comic book covers were there this year? So many that instead of restricting myself to an arbitrary number like 10 or even 20, I have assembled a list of 26 spanning a variety of artists and styles. As in the past, I limited myself to one selection per artist or series.

All entries are alphabetical according to title.

Arcadia 2 Matt Taylor
Arcadia #2 by Matt Taylor

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Freeze Frame 12/18/2015

From Superman American Alien #2 by Tommy Lee Edwards
From Superman American Alien #2 by Tommy Lee Edwards

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UNCOVERING THE BEST COVERS, 12-17-15

Want to know what covers caught our attention this week?

Curious what our eyes fell in love with at first sight?

Well, here they are, the most memorable images on the stands this Wednesday . . .

Creighton is granted an audience with . . .

The Wicked + The Divine #17 Brandon Graham
The Wicked + The Divine #17 by Brandon Graham

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This Week’s Finest: Wrath of the Eternal Warrior #2

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By Robert Venditti, Raul Allen, and David Lafuente

Once again when it came time to choose my pick for the best comic of the week, Venditti and Allen won again for many of the same reasons as last time.

The splot is expanded on here, deepening my appreciation for the character and the story being told. Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Wrath of the Eternal Warrior #2