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Preview: Spider-Verse #4 (of 6)

Spider-Verse #4 (of 6)

(W) Taran Killam (A) Juan Gedeon (CA) Dave Rapoza
Rated T
In Shops: Jan 29, 2020
SRP: $3.99

• It’s high-noon, the town is in trouble, Sherrif Stacy is down for the count and the Sinister Sextet is threatening the peace. Who could possibly stop them?
• Why, Webslinger, of course.
• Join Taran Killam (star of ABC’s Single Parents, formerly of Saturday Night Live) for his Marvel Comics debut alongside Juan Gedeon (VENOM) bringing you a horse that can run up the side of buildings.

Spider-Verse #4 (of 6)

Get a First Look at Taran Killam’s Marvel Debut in Spider-Verse #4

Miles Morales’ explosive tour through the multiverse continues in Spider-Verse #4! Each issue of this unforgettable adventure introduces new takes on Spider-Man for readers to fall in love with, and this time, it’s high noon as Taran Killam (star of ABC’s Single Parents, formerly of Saturday Night Live) takes readers to the wild, wild west! Making his Marvel Comics debut alongside artist Juan Gedeon and colorist Brian Reber, Killam spins a web of adventure that teams Miles up with the mysterious cowboy, Webslinger! 

Take a sneak peek at this wild issue and pick it up in comic shops, on the Marvel Comics App, and on Marvel.com on its new on sale date, January 29th! It features a cover by Dave Rapoza.

Spider-Verse #4

A Zombie Infection Spreads to Dynamite’s March Variant Covers!

Dynamite‘s March 2020 variant covers have been infected with a zombie plague!

Artist Juan Gedeon is contributing 7 special connecting covers across the Dynamite line, depicting everyone’s favorite protagonists trying to survive and fight against the apocalyptic virus, or succumbing to it themselves. Fans can collect them all and imagine the untold connecting narrative between them. For even more Dynamite undead action, readers can check out the currently running KISS Zombies, Red Sonja: Age of Chaos and of course the inside of Death to the Army of Darkness – and each Vampirella title for that matter! Dynamite is proud to be the home for kickass horror-action comics.

Gedeon colors himself on the covers for Death to the Army of Darkness #2 and Red Sonja & Vampirella Meet Betty & Veronica #10Carlos Cabrera comes in with the grisly palette for Vampirella #9, Vampirella/Red Sonja #7Red Sonja #14 and Killing Red Sonja #1. Colorist Mike Spicer bats in the last one with Dejah Thoris #4.

Preview: Black Cat Annual #1

Black Cat Annual #1

(W) Jed MacKay (A) Joey Vazquez, Natacha Bustos, Juan Gedeon (CA) J. Scott Campbell
Rated T
In Shops: Nov 13, 2019
SRP: $4.99

• You are cordially invited to the wedding of Black Cat and Spider-Man!
• In lieu of gifts, please turn off all your security systems, laser grids and counterweight giant stone traps.
• All this AND a bonus story?!

Black Cat Annual #1

Review: Star Wars: Tie Fighter

Meet Shadow Wing, a crack squad of Tie Fight pilots in this comic miniseries taking place after the battle of Hoth.

The trade collects Star Wars: Tie Fighter #1-5.

Story: Jody Houser
Art: Rogê Antônio, Michael Dowling, Joshua Cassara, Geraldo Borge, Ig Guara, Juan Gedeon
Color: Arif Prianto, Lee Loughridge, Neeraj Menon, Jean-Francois Beaulieu, Dono Sánchez-Almara
Letterer: Joe Caramagna

Get your copy in comic shops now and in bookstores on October 15! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Review: Venom #16

Venom #16

Venom #16 does a fantastic job of bridging the gap between the recently ended event “War of the Realms” and upcoming “Absolute Carnage.”

Writer Donny Cates uses the issue to focus on the recent revelation that Eddie Brock is a father. Cates has done an amazing job at adding depth to the character. This issue is a prime example of that.

Eddie doesn’t have access to his symbiote anymore and he has to take care of his newly discovered son. But, that involves money, something Eddie doesn’t have. And, with his son getting sick, Eddie also needs medicine, or at last soup. While he used to have the means to solve those issues, he now has to take another route. That means trying to get a job.

The story is such a simple concept that shows Eddie as a proctor. It also has us questioning who was the bad guy, him or the symbiote. Did one corrupt the other? It also makes his actions as a hero more believable as we get to see him care for his kid.

Cates focuses on that while also teasing the upcoming storyline “Absolute Carnage.” He delivers a creepy storyline that’s brutal in scary in so many ways. We see Eddie do what he has to provide and protect the innocents, even without Venom to help. It creates a character that is multifaceted and more well-rounded.

The art by Juan Gedeon and colorist Jesus Aburtov for Venom #16 is on the nose. It brings a grittiness to the story that fits the tone perfectly. There’s a caring innocence that slowly devolves as Eddie falls deeper into his mission and goal. The detail Gedeon makes sure to add of the bumps and bruises helps you feel that more sorry for Eddie and what he has to do.

Venom continues to be one of Marvel’s best series out there. It has added depth to a character who up to this point lacked any. Venom, and Eddie Brock, has finally gone from a Spider-Man who eats people, to a character you can empathize with. Cates has made me care about the character for the first time and put together an amazing focus on character, action, and big picture storytelling.

Story: Donny Cates Art: Juan Gedeon
Color: Jesus Aburtov Letterer: Clayton Cowles
Story: 8.75 Art: 8.35 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy

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Review: Venom #16

With the War of the Realms over, Eddie Brock attempts to move on with his life as Absolute Carnage is right around the corner. An excellent issue bridging the two storylines.

Story: Donny Cates
Art: Juan Gedeon
Color: Jesus Aburtov
Letters: Clayton Cowles

Get your copy in comic shops starting July 10! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Preview: Venom #16

Venom #16

(W) Donny Cates (A) Juan Gedeon (CA) Joshua Cassara
Rated T+
In Shops: Jul 10, 2019
SRP: $3.99

After weeks on the run and battling the monsters of Asgard through the WAR OF THE REALMS, Eddie Brock finally has a moment to catch his breath. But without his symbiote, getting even the basic necessities will become a challenge for Eddie Brock. Which means that keeping his son, Dylan, alive will be too!

Venom #16

Preview: Six Million Dollar Man (2019) #4

Six Million Dollar Man (2019) #4

writer: Christopher Hastings
artist: David Hahn
covers: Michael Walsh (A), Sebastian Piriz (B), Juan Gedeon (C)
Sebastian Piriz (RI-Virgin), Michael Walsh (RI-Virgin), Juan Gedeon (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | TV Tie-In | $3.99 | Teen+

“THE $68,004 MAN”

Steve Austin’s body is rapidly decreasing in value, due to samurai swords, KGB agents, and lightning. Still, he’s determined to save the world…except that he’s been beaten up and thrown underwater…and the scientists that rebuilt his body didn’t think to make him buoyant…

By CHRISTOPHER HASTINGS (The Unbelievable Gwenpool! Secret Agent Deadpool! Adventure Time! I Am Groot!) and DAVID HAHN (Batman ’66! Bombshells: United!)!

Six Million Dollar Man (2019) #4
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