MattD

Name: Matthew Derman

Bio: I write reviews and columns every week here: http://comicsmatter.blogspot.com/ Twitter: @MattDerman


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    Even though this story has been teased for several months, Peter Milligan fills it with the unexpected. Constantine himself is…

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    Sometimes a series finds just the right combination of writer and artist(s) to tell its story, and Infernal Man-Thing is…

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    While fun and large-scale, this all felt inevitable. Certainly that’s how Sinister saw it, and I think it ended up…

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    MattD's Recent Comments
    May 15, 2012 3:27 pm "It is fine to be hated by many and only loved by a few." ---Perfect for Rayner and Dali both. Also "tiny Archie Bunker" got me good. Awesome piece all over!
    May 15, 2012 2:52 pm Yeah I mean the art was far and away the best thing about the FCBD Dinosaurs vs. Aliens preview. Dude's got serious chops.
    May 14, 2012 6:52 pm Right? I totally agree. And why can't Wolverine sit out for one X-book?
    May 14, 2012 12:33 pm How will I ever read Thunderbolts again without imagining Bill Hader as Ghost? Awesome idea. Why no Mach-V in this cast, though? Gotta have the OG's, son!
    May 14, 2012 12:19 pm Green Wake was one of my favorite series when it came out, so I've been hotly anticipating Debris since it was teased in the final issue. And here it look like Rossmo's art, while still very much in his style, is going to be a bit crisper and somewhat less chaotic than a lot of his previous work (or even Rebel Blood, currently) which I'm very excited to see. Not that I don't love the older stuff, but it's always nice to see an established artist stretch their legs a bit.
    May 12, 2012 6:03 pm I reckon it'll be somebody old school like Claremont writing a team that consists of some or all of the originals: Xavier, Cyclops, Angel, Ice-Man, Beast, Jean. Potentially set in the past, of course, at least partially.