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    Gabinete de dibujos - Galería Pepe Cobo

    Click to enlargeYears ago, Marvel Comics announced that they had bought the publication rights of Marvelman, perhaps the most iconic superhero of the United Kingdom. Although the value of the...

    February Comic Books / Cómics de febrero

    What a fantastic month for comic books! I loved the Bojeffries Saga GN, I had been wanting to read it for years and now that I did, I must say it lived up to my expectations and in fact surpassed...

    Legion Worlds # 1-6 - Abnett, Lanning, Cassaday et al

    John CassadayEarth is not the center of the universe. And Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning never forget this. There are, indeed, many other planets out there. After the catastrophic events that led to...

    PREVIEW: FATHOM: KIANI vol 3 #1

    Cover Kiani has risen!One of the most powerful figures in the Fathom universe returns for this epic third chapter! Following the tragic events of The Elite Saga and the shattering of her family...

    Legion Lost # 9, 10, 11 12 - Abnett, Lanning Coipel

    A superhuman, by definition, is different from us. And interaction in a superhuman community presents fascinating differences and challenges. For years, Saturn Girl and her people had been feared...

    Legion Lost # 5, 6, 7 8 - Abnett, Lanning Coipel

    Olivier CoipelIf superheroes are an example of physical prowess, of muscular superiority, clearly it’s the role of the supervillains to represent intelligence, science and knowledge. It’s no...

    Review: Ungrounded

    Add captionUngrounded came to be though a crowd funded project on Kickstarter. It is a creation of Patrick Gerard with art by Erick Webb. In it we follow the adventures of Mister Solenoid.Mister...

    Legion Lost # 1, 2, 3 4 - Abnett, Lanning Coipel

    Olivier CoipelDeep in our hurts, rests a primitive fear, an instinctive aversion of losing our way. We can get lost in the wilderness or we can lose our mind, any sense of loss is equally...

    Detective Comics # 27 (2014)

    In 1939, perhaps inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings of batwings or by the detectivesque tradition of pulp heroes, writer Bill Finger and artist Bob Kane created a unique adventurer: Batman,...

    January comic books / cómics de enero

    This is a strange month for me. I’m sad because I read the final issue of Young Avengers, the most fantastic series I’ve been able to find in recent years. And at the same time I’m happy,...

    Agatha Ruiz de la Prada - MAC (Barranco)

    Get Real (1998) Directed by Simon Shore  "Be realistic, demand the impossible". Why not? Sometimes being realistic means, indeed, to have no creative freedom and above all no real desire to...

    Preview: EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT: ASSASSINS #18

    CoverEXECUTIVE ASSISTANT: ASSASSINS #18 Vince Hernandez ­ Writer / Jordan Gunderson ­ Art / Teo Gonzalez - ColorsAssassins reaches the end.The epic finale to Blood Origin reveals the true...

    Young Avengers # 15 - Gillen, McKelvie more

    Quite often we assume a cynical posture towards contemporary comic books. We criticize decompression, reiterative exploitation of a certain brand or group of characters, predictability, publicity...

    Angel: Revelations - Aguirre-Sacasa Pollina

    “He's smart, tall, handsome, and rich; a star both on the field and in the classroom. All the girls want to date him, all the guys want to be him”, his name is Warren Worthington III, heir of...

    Review: Astronauta Magnetar

    Cover The Astronaut (O Astronauta) is a brazilian comic book character created in 1963 by Mauricio de Sousa. This BRASA (brazilian Nasa) astronaut has been around for generations, enchanting kids...