Steven Topich

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Sep 13

‘Van Helsing vs the Werewolf’ Issue 3 – Review *May Contain Spoilers*

Writer: Chuck Dixon Artwork: Allan Otero Colors: Robby Bevard Letters: Jim Campbell Editor: Dave Franchini Art Direction & Design: Christopher Cote Liesel, Agent Wu, and Tshering are climbing back up the mountain to the monastery from the village they were at, and get jumped by a group of vampires. With the aid of an ex-Sherpa …

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Jul 23

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Official Trailer

Yesterday Marvel released the official trailer for “Thor: Ragnarok” which comes out this November. Check it out and let us know if you are excited to see this flick this fall.

Jun 27

‘Robyn Hood: Tarot’ One Shot – Review *May Contain Spoilers*

Writer: Joe Brusha Artist: Renato Rei, Sergio Arino, Daniel Maine, Riveiro Colors: Grostieta, Hedwin Zaldivar, Jorge Cortes Letters: Taylor Esposito Editor: Jessica Rossana Art Direction & Design: Christopher Cote “Robyn Hood: Tarot” is the continuation of two story arcs with Robyn and Mary teaming up to go against the order of Tarot. The artwork and …

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Jun 22

Every Hero! Every Title! Every Story! Tomorrow, MARVEL LEGACY Changes the Comic Book Industry!

Honoring the Past while Proudly Stepping Towards the Future Get ready for a new dawn True Believers — one whose rays will touch every corner of the Marvel Universe in the days to come! Tomorrow, get ready for the return of what you’ve been longing for — and more! Prepare for the debut of MARVEL …

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Jun 21

‘The Courier’ Issue 3 – Review *May Contain Spoilers*

Writer: Ralph Tedesco Artwork: JG Miranda Colors: Bryan Valenza Letters: Kurt Hathaway Editor: Ralph Tedesco Art Direction & Design: Christopher Cote Production: Christopher Cote & Ashley Vanacore Story so far: Eve accepts a job to deliver a package in a post-apocalyptic world. She gets screwed out of the payday by the brother of the gangs …

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May 16

‘Robyn Hood: I Love New York’ #12 – Review *May Contain Spoilers*

Story: Joe Brusha Words: Lou Iovino Art: Sergio Arino, Riviero, Daniel Maine Colors: Grostieta, Robby Bevard, Jorge Cortes Letters: Taylor Esposito Editor: Jessica Rossana Production & Design: Christopher cote, Joi Dariel Story so far: After the end of last issue Robyn was left in a bleeding mess after her confrontation with Alina Rose. This issue: …

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May 03

‘The Courier’ #2 – Review *May Contain Spoilers*

Writer: Ralph Tedesco Artwork: JG Miranda Colors: Bryan Valenza Letters: Kurt Hathaway Editor: Ralph Tedesco Art Direction & Design: Christopher Cote Production: Christopher Cote, Joi Dariel, & Ashley Vanacore Story so far: Eve Harper is a courier, a person who delivers goods to the wealthy people living in strongholds in a post-apocalyptic era. She takes …

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Apr 26

‘Grimm Fairy Tales’ #5 – Review *May Contain Spoilers*

Writer: Joe Brusha Artwork: Ario Murti Colors: Ivan Nunes Letters: Taylor Esposito Editor: Dave Franchini Production & Design: Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel Story so far: Skye is the new Guardian of the Nexus after the death of her mother Sela. With the help of her mentor, Shang, she is trying to figure out her …

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Apr 19

‘Robyn Hood: I Love NY’ #11 – Review *May Contain Spoilers*

Story: Joe Brusha Writer: Lou Iovino Artist: Sergio Arino, Renato Rei, Riveiro Colorist: Grostieta, Jorge Cortes, Federico Blee Letterer: Taylor Esposito Editor: Jessica Rossana Production & Design: Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel Story so far: Alina Rose is going after Robyn with a vengeance. Wanting to kill her and the people she loves, while Robyn …

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Apr 12

Grimm Tales of Terror #4 – Review *May Contain Spoilers*

Story: Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, Dave Franchini, & Pat Shand Writer: Dave Franchini Artwork: Vincenzo Riccardi & Renzo Rodriguez Colors: Fran Gamboa with JC Ruiz Letters: Fabio Amelia Editor: Jessica Rossana Production & Design: Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel This issue: Subtitled “Clowns” this issue is, I assume, inspired by the clown sightings that were …

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