Juan Ferreyra




Green Arrow #37 cover by Juan Ferreyra

Green Arrow #37 Review: Uses Some Cheap Story Outs, But Saved by Gorgeous Art

Red Arrow has been shot by Moira Queen, Green Arrow’s own mother. Green Arrow and Black Canary can save her, but they also need to keep Moira, Merlin, and Shado from killing one another while Dante brings their base of operations crumbling down around them. On top of all this, the Trial of Oliver Queen […]

Green Arrow #36 Review: Let the Arrows Fly

Black Canary and Henry are going to retrieve Green Arrow from the wreckage of the Inferno, where Moira Queen left him. Shado is going after Broderick and Moira on behalf of the Ninth Circle. It’ll be up to Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Red Arrow to stop them and put an end to the Ninth […]

Green Arrow #35 cover by Juan Ferreyra

Green Arrow #35 Review: Deep Green Sea

Green Arrow has left with his mother, Moira Queen, to search the bottom of the sea for the Inferno, the sunken bank-ship of the Inferno. The goal is to retrieve the Queen fortune to save Moira and the city of Seattle. However, Moira may not be as trustworthy as Ollie wants her to be. Meanwhile, […]

Green Arrow #32 cover by Stepjan Sejic

Green Arrow #32 Review: Hey, It’s Mister Terrific!

*Ties into Dark Nights: Metal crossover           As a disclaimer, I will go ahead and say I didn’t read the previous issues to the “Gotham Resistance” story arc. I knew Metal was going to cross over into Green Arrow, but I had no idea it was going to be a through-line into Suicide Squad, Nightwing, […]

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Green Arrow #28 Review: A Much-Needed Ray Of Hope In A Dark Time

Green Arrow #28 by Benjamin Percy and Juan Ferreyra gives us the next stop in Oliver Queen’s cross country journey to bring the villainous financial institution the Ninth Circle down. You know, that sentence alone shows one of the amazing strengths of this comic. It takes some skilled storytelling to make a tale of financial […]


The Big Screen Spectacle Arrow Could Never Do – Green Arrow #21 Review

Green Arrow’s 21st issue is a very different beast in many ways than much of the series thus far since Rebirth. Not that the first 20 issues didn’t take great efforts to re-establishing Green Arrow as the great liberal hero, and had some wonderful commentary on current political and social events in the world today, […]



Hankering For A Double Dose Of Horror? Preview Colder: The Bad Seed #3 And #4

Let’s hope you’ve been paying attention to the return of Colder in Colder: The Bad Seed by Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra, from Dark Horse Comics. Well, you might have been sleeping better at night if you haven’t, since a comic concept that started out strong in its first arc has gotten downright terrifying in […]


The Evolution Of Juan Ferreyra’s Art On Colder: The Bad Seed #1

Eisner-nominated series Colder from Dark Horse, by Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra, is returning for a second arc in Colder: The Bad Seed. The first arc of Colder pitted especially unusual mental patient Declan (his body temperature is below liveable conditions) against a nightmarish hunter Nimble Jack, but this arc clarifies that more baddies are […]



Decapitated Dan’s Best Of 2013

Decapitated Dan calls himself “the Horror Comic Journalist”, he’s a mainstay of the horror scene and has even won this year’s Shel Dorf Award for Comic Blogger of the Year. With the end of the year coming, many sites are running their “Best of 2013” and Decapitated Dan is no different. He posted his list […]