Tagged: Jamie McKelvie

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Comic Book Review: The Wicked + the Divine #26

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics Writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie hit on a nice structure in a half action, half roundtable Council of Elrond talking...

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Comic Review: WicDiv #25

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics   In its quarter century issue, WicDiv has its “Winter is coming”/ice zombie moment towards the end when the squabbling members of...

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Comic Book Review: WicDiv #24

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics After last month’s special magazine issue, the “Imperial Phase “ arc is in full swing in WicDiv #24. And this issue should...

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Comic Review: The Wicked + the Divine #23

Writers: Kieron Gillen, Leigh Alexander, Dorian Lynskey, Laurie Penny, Mary HK Choi, Ezekiel Kweku Artists: Kevin Wada, Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics Throughout its 23 issue run, The Wicked + the...

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Comic Review: WicDiv #22

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics *Spoiler alert* In WicDiv #22, writer Kieron Gillen, artist Jamie McKelvie, and colorist Matthew Wilson pull the proverbial spine of the series...

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Comic Review: WicDiv #21

  Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics WicDiv #21 is garish, explosive, and the polar opposite of the last arc, “Commercial Suicide”, which was super character driven and...

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Comic Review: The Wicked + the Divine #20

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Letterer: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Image Comics Review by Logan Dalton After WicDiv #18-19’s summer crossover style action with the sky gods battling the Underground gods,...

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Just Imagine… FLUDD The Video Game

The GameCube may not have been Nintendo’s most successful consoles, but it may have been their most experimental in terms of their core franchises. Metroid turned into a First Person Adventure game (their term),...