Stuart Immonen - Page 4
This week, Marvel Comics releases the first issue of Fear Itself, their summer event blockbuster for this year from writer Matt Fraction, penciller Stuart Immonen, inker Wade von Grawbadger and colorist Laura Martin.
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It's been a long time since DC Comics fans got to see the uniformly excellent results of what happens when Stuart Immonen draws their favorite superheroes. The artist has spent a lot of the past many years at Marvel Comics, drawing superlative runs on books like Nextwave and Ultimate Spider-Man, but much of his 1990s
Kathryn and Stuart Immonen are the power couple of fun comics, with their separate work on Marvel books like "Nextwave" and the recent "Patsy Walker: Hellcat" miniseries exhaling breaths of anarchic and whimsical fresh air into the often overserious superhero world. It's a little surprising, then, that t
Sue Storm's jet crashes in the frozen wastelands of Siberia in Ultimate Fantastic Four #47, kicking off Ghosts, a brand new three-part story arc by acclaimed writer Mike Carey (X-Men) and fan-favorite penciler Mark Brooks (Ultimate Spider-Man Annuals). Featuring the Ultimate introduction of some of Marvel's most notorious Russian characters, including: the Red Gho
Marvel's all-new cutting edge anthology series ups the ante with the action-packed Marvel Comics Presents #2, featuring Hellcat, Taskmaster, the enigmatic Weapon Omega, and the introduction of an all-new super team dedicated to Captain America! This issue's creative team is an equally amazing assemblage, featuring the writing talents of Marc Guggenheim, Kathryn Immonen, M. Zachary Sherman and Rich Koslowski; and the penciling prowess of Dave Wilkins, Stuart Immonen a
I know this post is about a week late --I think my colleague Chris Dooley put it best when he texted me yesterday succinctly calling me a "slacker"-- but I couldn't let the publication of Ultimate Spider-Man Issue 111 pass unnoticed. For this issue marked the end of the longest continuous run of a creative team since Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's 102 issues of Fantastic Four. Starting next month, Brian Michael Bendis' trusty sidekick Mark Bagley will be stepping down on their enormously popular series, making way for Nextwave veteran Suart Immomen to take the visual reins. Truly, the end of an era.