Name: Matt Gonzales

Bio: The brainchild of creators, Gerald and Mamie Gonzales, Matt Gonzales is a living contradiction:  He is brave, yet unsure; intelligent, yet slow to understand.  Seeking to right the wrongs of punctuation and grammar, he soars the spaceways, a lone sentinel of the vast, empty cosmos that is his mind.He is Genghis, comic reader.

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    February 15, 2013 11:14 am I love Gary Deslauriers' Daredevil and Elektra art. It reminds me of Bill Sienkiewicz's stuff, very dynamic. But Gabriele Dell’Otto's Magneto sketch kicks ass. It's quite...Charest-y. Beautiful pencils!
    February 8, 2013 12:37 pm Hot damn, Opeña's sketch just reaffirms my opinion that original pencils almost always look better than finished artwork (inked and colored). That sketch is sexier than a grilled cheese sandwich! I'm hungry is the thing.
    January 11, 2013 10:34 am While I didn't grow up with him as the artist, I have to go with David Mazzucchelli. As a would-be comic artist myself, I was absolutely spellbound by how he captured so much energy and emotion with so few lines. It all started with the teasers that DC comics would put in the books leading up to Batman: Year One ("He's strong, smart and relentless...") and that one image that was so stark and [thrillingly] foreboding. Just amazing art. That said, Jock and Francovilla blew me away recently with Snyder's The Black Mirror.
    December 7, 2012 12:27 pm Word. Dave made with the smexy on that one.
    September 19, 2012 2:02 am So, is Tom Hardy not even a consideration? You can find an image of him in a trenchcoat pretty easily for inspiration. (Wow, did I just type that?)
    September 14, 2012 11:37 am Especially if you're a Yulia Nova fan... *innocent whistling*
    August 22, 2012 1:06 pm Quick question - and forgive me if I'm covering old ground since I don't want to read through 140+ comments first: When they unveiled that statue of Batman near the end of the film, was that pose not based on one of my all time favorite illustrations of Batman by David Mazzucchelli that was used in the advertisements for Year One? Only caught the slightest glimpse, but it looked a lot like it. Or maybe I'm just geeking out here. Also, loved the "you're in for a show" reference they used from The Dark Knight Returns. Nolan really knows how to play to the comics crowd without straight up pandering, making for a classy trilogy that should be able to stand the test of time. (Reference URL:
    July 27, 2012 12:49 pm Tell that to Junior Cobbb up there. ZING!
    July 3, 2012 11:26 am Seeing a lot more love for Spider-man 2099 than I realized existed. I personally thought that book was the best thing out of the 2099 bunch, with Ghost Rider 2099 a close second. The back stories for both of those books were interesting and it really felt like a fresh, exciting version of the Marvel Universe at the turn of the 22nd century.
    June 8, 2012 3:15 pm Yup, I loves me some Pre-Raphaelite art.