DRÄ Studio

Pixel pushing and pencil shavings

Home Blog Projects Wallpapers Themes Fonts

Blog

Kingdom Come

Posted on Thursday, July 14th, 2005 under Reviews | No comments

Kingdom Come
Written by Mark Waid
Painted by Alex Ross

One of my all time favorites, this was the book that brought me back to comics. I had been out of them for more than a few years and I just happened to pick this up one night at the Orlando Virgin Megastore. It is now one of those books that I have to read every year. Alex Ross is just plain amazing.

Related Posts:

Marvels
Marvels Written by Kurt Busiek Painted by Alex Ross Just finished this one two nights ago and for the most part, it holds up to the high praise it received from the guys at Comic Geek Speak. The artwork was all Alex Ross, and although that is saying enough, it probably isn't. He is able to capture moments ...
Christmas Comic Party
Last night we got to join in on the holiday fun at Coliseum of Comics in Kissimmee ... not only were there giveaways, prizes, free soda and christmas yumminess, but there was a $7.00 store credit for everyone that showed up! It was quite a busy night for CoC, and a lot of merrymaking for ...
One Free Interaction Evolved
It has been about a year since I read Chris Noessel's article on one free interaction and was immediately filled with an excited tingle-y feeling. You know the one ... it's usually reserved for when you find an extra $10 bucks or when you're the guy to remember a song title that's eluding everyone else. ...
Painted “Masks”
Looks like I somehow missed the official announcement of what Alex Ross' new project would be for Dynamite Comics (Dynamite Entertainment). After him completely re-shaping how I thought of comic book art with his work in Kingdom Come and getting me to collect #1 issues for Justice just so I could display them, I can't ...
Sleepy? Me too!
No truer statement was made than the one by Jodie at dinner the other night (at Chick-fil-A, of course! Yay for sweet all-nighter coupons!) ... if I am not getting enough sleep, more than likely, it is Eric's fault. ;) Seriously, it was great having Eric with us this week. Not only did Evenstar make some ...

Write a comment

Your e-mail address is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*

:

:

 

Back to Top