Javier Garron

Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron Launch a New Miles Morales: Spider-Man in December

Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron are the creative team behind a new Miles Morales: Spider-Man comic hitting stores in December, the first to not be written by co-creator “The Great One” Brian Bendis, who left Marvel for DC last year after seeing Superman in a museum. The series was revealed EX-X-XCLUSIVELY by  IGN, part of the […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 Review: A Solid if Unexciting Finale

Ant-Man and the Wasp have returned to Earth…or so they think. They’re larger than the planet, but they’re not suffocating in space. They are still in the Microverse, and they’re still entangled. Scott nor Nadia can shrink or grow without the other willing it. Their memories are becoming muddled, and it’s only a matter of […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 Review: The Case for Quantum Entanglement

Ant-Man and the Wasp are caught in opposing frequencies. Wasp is worried that, left unresolved, this could lead to the two being caught apart and in the Microverse forever. Thankfully, Burr comes up with a solution, and all three return to Earth safely—or do they? Some things are off about this world, and it may […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #3 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and The Wasp #3 Review: Are You the Ant-God?

The Unstoppable Wasp is being held without her suit by an alien species in the Microverse. Ant-Man is struggling to free her, but he’s stuck at a size that’s small for even the Microverse. Can an army of super-intelligent Microverse ants and an eccentric alien scientist be the key to saving the day? Ant-Man and […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #2 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and The Wasp #2 Review: Watch Your Step

A subatomic society has come under attack by a relatively large foot that is crushing their society. That foot belongs to Wasp, aka Nadia van Dyne, who is still currently blind after the events of last issue. Ant-Man, aka Scott Lang, is busy trying to repair her eyes from the molecular level, but the remains […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #1 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #1 Review: A Great Start to the Miniseries

Ant-Man is back at the base of the Nova Corps after the battle against the Chitauri and the Talons. He contacts Earth to request the Unstoppable Wasp, aka Nadia Pym, to bring him back home. She has a plan that involves using subatomic waves and the Nova’s communication device, but this goes awry, leaving Scott […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp

Mark Waid and Javier Garron Synergize Ant-Man and the Wasp Mini in June

Just in time for July’s Ant-Man and the Wasp movie, Marvel is prepping an Ant-Man and the Wasp comic book for release in June. From the creative team of Mark Waid, Javier Garron, and colorist Israel Silva, the six-issue mini-series sees Nadia Pym set out to rescue Scott Lang after he gets lost in the […]

Venom #161 cover by Javier Rodriguez and Alvaro Lopez

Venom #161 Review: A Nice One-Off Before the Next Crossover

Venom is cured. His tangle with Flash Thompson has brought the creeping madness in the symbiote under control, and he goes to celebrate by bringing in the Looter. Unfortunately, Spider Woman was watching, and she still thinks that Venom is a monster. This leads to another fight with a Spider-person for Eddie. This issue kind […]

[SPOILERS] And The Winner Is…No One – IvX#6 Review

As Marvel announces it’s FIFTH event today in Weapons of Mutant Destruction, one wonders if it’s to take the place on the schedule of this event, Inhumans vs. X-Men, which came to an end today with it’s sixth issue. (Marvel just really likes events, okay. Event, event, event. As one ends another starts or is […]

Improbable Previews: Deus Ex Mosaic In Inhumans vs. X-Men #4

Every so often, comic book publishers send out previews of upcoming comics without any of the lettering finished. The result, while pretty to look at, leaves readers wondering just what the hell is going on in those pages. Well, wonder no more. Here at Bleeding Cool, we have combined decades of experience in reading comic […]

John Layman and Javier Garron Take Over Cyclops – Updated

Coming out of the Marvel: Next Big Thing we get a new creative team on Cyclops – John Layman and Javier Garron starting with Issue 6. It’s Space Pirate adventures, still – with an emphasis on the pirates. Update – comment form Nick Lowe: “Really sad that Greg had to step off, but his novel schedule was […]

Nightwing #30 – Grayson’s Becoming His Own Man

By Shawn Perry Spinning out of the events of Forever Evil the final issue of Nightwing serves as an introduction to the new status quo Dick Grayson finds himself in the on-going series Grayson by Tim Seely and Tom King. It looks like the boy wonder is finally becoming his own man. Nightwing #30 is […]