Showing posts with label X-Men. Show all posts
Showing posts with label X-Men. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

SABERTOOTH

HI there, this is Joe Haemmerle, artist for Champion City Comics. Today I decided to post an old Sabertooth piece I did.
Enjoy!

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

CYCLOPS BY RYAN CAIRNS

Ryan Cairns is a comic book artist and writer. His original comic book series Clear Water Kill was posted to Champion City Comics earlier this year. Ryan has submitted some original artwork to our site in the past including Wonder Woman and Iron Fist. Today, we have a new original from Ryan Cairns and he has a cool drawing of Cyclops a Marvel super hero and member of The X-Men. Enjoy!

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

PSYLOCKE AND WOLVERINE BY JOE HAEMMERLE

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Champion City Comics artist Joe Haemmerle has submitted some artwork for the fans of this site. Today, I am posting two originals of Psylocke and Wolverine. If you wish to check out Joe's main page then click here.

Monday, February 18, 2013

STORM BY JOE HAEMMERLE


Champion City Comics artist Joe Haemmerle has submitted some artwork for the fans of this site. Today, I am posting his original piece for Storm. If you wish to check out Joe's main page then click here.

Monday, January 28, 2013

EMMA FROST BY JOE HAEMMERLE


Champion City Comics artist Joe Haemmerle has submitted a drawing of Emma Frost, a major foe for The X-Men. I finally had the opportunity to see X-Men: First Class over the weekend and it was a great movie. I am way behind on my comic book movies for numerous reasons, but I am doing my best to get caught up on a weekly basis.

If you enjoy the artwork of Joe Haemmerle then check out his main web page here. 

Monday, January 21, 2013

CABLE BY JOE HAEMMERLE

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Check out the latest artwork submission from Joseph Haemmerle. X-Men fans, what do you think of Joe's Cable design?

Friday, January 18, 2013

MYSTIQUE BY JOE HAEMMERLE


Champion City Comics artists Joe Haemmerle has submitted some more artwork for viewing. Today, we have his version of the evil mutant Mystique from the X-Men comics.

Monday, October 10, 2011

SCHISM #5 REVIEW




Writer: Jason Aaron

Pencils: Adam Kubert

Ever have that one friend that you just felt like grabbing by the lapels and ruining their face with an optic blast? Scott Summers did. And that friend’s name was Wolverine. Knowing that, you’re up to speed with the backbone of all five issues of Schism, the mini-series intended to split the X-world into two distinct camps (thus books): Cyclops and the rest of the Uncanny crew, and Wolverine and the X-Men.

Issue 5 wraps the saga that sets the stage for evolution of Marvel’s million-dollar mutie baby, and if you haven’t been keeping score, the Hellfire Club, now a bunch of silver-spooned brats, are back in the ring and have just sent a massive self-healing Sentinel off to smash Utopia, the mutant’s last bastion of hope in a hate filled world.

Resentment has been brewing between Logan and Cyclops well before the first issue. Issue 4 finally has them to come to blows, claw slashes and eye blasts over whether or not they should turn heel and live to fight another day or stand their ground, a fight-or-flight situation that sees Cyclops siding with Fight and Wolverine uncharacteristically championing Flight.

In the last installment, writer Jason Aaron delivers a few more pages of white-knuckled fury between the two X-icons. It’s well rounded and is liberally peppered with the writer’s signature witticisms throughout the whole story, but the end left me wanting for more buildup and more, well, punch. That’s not to say he drops the ball; I think he did what he could in the page space he was dealt, but more time coulda/shoulda been spent fleshing out the emotional nail that’s being driven into the X-Men team’s coffin and not dillydallying too long with the Hellfire snots. Pencils, at least on this issue, were handled by Adam Kubert so no concerns in that department.

Still, it’s a great story from a Marvel Architect who’s one of my personal favorites and surely will or already has altered the X-Verse for good.

Verdict: 4 out of 5.

Brian Cee is a contributing writer at Champion City Comics

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