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Marvel Comics ‘Marvels’ 1994 comic-book by Alex Ross: retrospective.

November 29, 2020 | By | Reply More
Marvel Comics ‘Marvels’ 1994 comic-book by Alex Ross: retrospective.

Ed and Jim sit down to investigate the marvel that is ‘Marvels‘, the 1994 four-issue limited series comic-book written by Kurt Busiek and painted by the super-talented Alex Ross. The comic-book was set between 1939 to 1974, looking at the Marvel universe and the capes’ exploits from the perspective of a humble, normal news photographer, […]

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Terminator: The Burning Earth by Ron Fortier and Alex Ross (graphic novel review).

August 25, 2020 | By | Reply More
Terminator: The Burning Earth by Ron Fortier and Alex Ross (graphic novel review).

Oddly, I was after this graphic novel looking to see what Alex Ross painted prior to ‘Marvels’. After all, you don’t suddenly arrive on the comicbook scene without some form and ‘Terminator: The Burning Earth’ looks like his earliest work. The original 5-part mini-series here follows John Connor and his assault team in the future […]

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Alex Ross: a life in comic-book art (documentary).

July 24, 2020 | By | Reply More
Alex Ross: a life in comic-book art (documentary).

Here’s a 30-minute documentary on the life and work of comic-book artist Alex Ross. Alex first became known with the 1994 miniseries Marvels, and has worked on a series of titles for Marvel and DC Comics, such as the 1996 miniseries Kingdom Come, which he co-wrote. Since then he has done covers and character designs […]

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Justice League: The World’s Greatest Super-Heroes by Alex Ross and Paul Dini (graphic novel review).

January 9, 2020 | By | Reply More
Justice League: The World’s Greatest Super-Heroes by Alex Ross and Paul Dini (graphic novel review).

Anything with the art of Alex Ross in is always a worth a look. ‘Justice League: The World’s Greatest Super-Heroes’ is the collected work he did with writer Paul Dini looking at individual JLA members handle some of the world’s crisis back around 2007. In Superman’s case, it’s feeding the starving of the world and […]

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