Two heroes are down as Shredder advances his plot to take New York City in next week's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #23. Writers Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman's "City Fall" storyline kicked off last month, giving fans a taste of what kind of shocking transformation may be in store for one of the Green machines, and this month artist Mateus Santolouco (along with alternate cover artists Dan Duncan, Andy Kuhn, Ben Bates, Ross Campbell and Dave Wachter) turns up the tension as a team short on allies prepares to confront multiple foes.
As often as it happens in comics, updates are tricky, difficult-to-tame beasts. Any time an old series is dusted off and re-imagined, half the fans are upset that it's not the same as it used to be, and the other half is miffed that it's not new enough. It's
Artist Mateus Santolouco and co-writer Erik Burnham have spent the past several months fleshing out the origins of Shredder and his army of ninjas, and the history lesson will finally come to a head this Wednesday in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secret History of the Foot Clan #4. The series' narrative has alte
Every time the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been reimagined, the core of the series is retained, while certain details are tweaked to reflect the times or to serve broader storytelling goals. It's been interesting to see what choices Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman and others have made in IDW
Even if you're unfamiliar with the routinely excellent art blog, Brand New Nostalgia, chances are you've seen some of its artists' work here on ComicsAlliance and other similarly aesthetically-conscious comics sites. Founded by Andrew Ross MacLean and counting Mateus Santolouco (Dial H) Trad
A man and a woman in love seek out a safe place to hide where their past can't catch up to them. A wild west outlaw changes with the times to adjust to the criminal underworld of a new era. A police chief's family values are tested by a case so strange and gruesome he fears he's in over his head
Mateus Santolouco can be a pretty versatile artist. He's shown up in Marvel's "Rampaging Wolverine," "Dark Reign: Lethal Legion" and "Mondo Urbano" from Oni Press, and if you've caught him in all of those you've seen how he can modulate between animated moods and grittier material