Giuseppe Camuncoli




Star Wars #50 cover by Travis Charest

Star Wars #50 Review: Hope Dies Around a Star

The Rebel Alliance finally has a fleet. With the help of the Mon Cal, the Rebels can now pose a genuine threat to the Empire. It is still miniscule in comparison to the Imperial armada, but, with precision and cunning, it could be enough to damage the Empire. The fleet is convened at Mako-Ta, where […]

Amazing Spider-Man #800 cover by Alex Ross

Amazing Spider-Man #800 Review: A Hard Comic to Recommend?

All Spider-Man’s allies are down thanks to the Red Goblin… or at least they both think. Now Osborn is going after those close to Peter Parker, starting with Aunt May and Mary Jane Watson. Thankfully, Venom and Doctor Octopus have stakes in this fight, and Mary Jane and May are far from helpless. Plus, Harry […]

Darth Vader #9 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina

Darth Vader #9 Review: The Dark Lord vs the Librarian

Darth Vader has been alerted to the infiltration of former Jedi Archivist Jocasta Nu. The Jedi has already confronted the Grand Inquisitor, whom is intent on slaying her. Vader cannot allow this on the orders of the Emperor himself. The Dark Lord must intervene, but Jocasta may have some tricks up her sleeve. The Jocasta […]

Darth Vader #8 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina

Darth Vader #8 Review: Seriously, That Meditation Scene

Former Jedi Master Archivist Jocasta Nu has returned to Coruscant in search of an important entry in the Jedi Archives. Despite her best efforts, her arrival does not go unnoticed by the forces of the Empire. Before long, Darth Vader himself is made privy to an intruder. This issue provides a new lesson in restraint […]

Darth Vader #7 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina

Darth Vader #7 Review: The Importance Of Education

Darth Vader has been put in charge of training the Inquisitors in the art of lightsaber dueling, and his lessons have been harsh and memorable. The Grand Inquisitor is eager to begin hunting Jedi, and the Emperor has sent forth a list of preliminary targets for the Inquisitors. Among the selected is a peculiar target […]

Darth Vader #6 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina

Darth Vader #6 Review: Darth Vader Versus Grand Inquisitor

Darth Vader has been wounded in his most recent missions, but the Emperor allows no time for rest and recovery. As such, Lord Vader immediately sets about repairing his suit. Meanwhile, a mysterious figure enters the Jedi Temple, searching for the grand library. Vader detects this and seeks out this intruder. As you could see […]

Darth Vader #5 Review: What Could Have Been

Having slain his Jedi bounty, Darth Vader is now instructed by the Emperor to return to Mustafar and gain control of a Kyber Crystal from a Jedi blade. The Light Side is strong in the crystal, and Vader must use the power of the Dark Side to make it his own so that he can […]

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Darth Vader #4 Review: The True Formidability Of Lord Vader

I greatly enjoyed Kieron Gillen’s Darth Vader run, which started when Marvel first got the rights back to produce Star Wars comics once again. The first issue was incredible; I read an issue here or there after it started, and I am now collecting the trades, which have brought great enjoyment to me in the […]

Darth Vader #1 Review – Do You Like Stories About Lightsabers?

  The first Darth Vader series from Marvel Comics’ Star Wars line is a tough act to follow. Kieron Gillen had such an amazing handle on how to write not only Vader himself, but also the Emperor, and his wonderful creations Doctor Aphra, Triple-Zero and Beetee, Cylo, and many more. It felt like a natural ending when […]

Separated At Birth? Hydra Superior Octopus and Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer

Amazing Spider-Man #25 recently gave us a new, rejuvenated Otto Octavius. Using a proto-clone body, stabilised using his own science, and transferring his own consciousness into it, Doctor Octopus gained new life as a newly empowered form, even down to his very own ‘octopus sense’. And he also has a new power base – in […]


Who Is Drawing The Multiversity Guidebook Anyway? (TO UPDATE)

Grant Morrison has written the Multiversity Guidebook. But who is drawing it? The DC Comics website lists Ben Oliver, Chris Sprouse, Dan Jurgens, Cameron Stewart, Klaus Janson, Gary Frank, Nicola Scott and “Various”. Whereas Amazon lists Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jae Lee, Jon Bogdanove, Gary Frank, Todd Nauck, Chris Sprouse, Andrew Robinson, Duncan Rouleau, Cameron Stewart, Pete […]

The Return Of Kriminal To Comics In May 2015 With Giuseppe Camuncoli

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4vP2tkSUMs[/youtube] One of the more  famous, violent Italian comics of the sixties is set to return next year. Kriminal was created in 1964 by Max Bunker and Magnus and ran until 1974, with 419 published instalments. One of the first Italian comics to employ continuity from chapter to chapter, it told the adventures of  English master thief, […]

The Big Bang Theory In Superior Spider-Man

Last year, Superior Spider-Man popped up in The Big Bang Theory. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QiX6_BJKzU[/youtube] Well, this week, Dan Slott repaid the compliment. And The Big Bang Theory popped up in Superior Spider-Man #28, depicted by Giuseppe Camuncoli. Will we see a return volley?

Dan Slott Teases Big Things In Superior Spider-Man #20

Dan Slott is spending some time today teasing his twitter followers about Superior Spider-Man #20. Besides loving the artwork by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Slott indicates that this issue is going to be huge for the future of the Wall Crawler. Looking over all of Giuseppe Camuncoli’s gorgeous art for SSM #20. This is one of my FAVORITE […]