Zilla and the Comics Junkies

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Ramos on Wolverine


Ramos is far too cartoony for most but i love the guy (and to be honest i'm not 100% sure since "cartoony" art isn't typically my thing. Good interview though... I for one will be adding Wolverine back onto my pull list ;)

Time to hit the LCS...


22 March, 2006 18:36, Blogger Christopher Green said...

If you're a Ramos fan, see if you can find some old Image comics (from the late 90's) called Crimson. It was a creator owned series penciled by him under the Cliffhanger imprint (which was his series, J.S. Campbell's Danger Girl and Joe Mad's Battle Chasers). It was pretty hot shit back then.

22 March, 2006 22:22, Blogger zilla said...

i'll def have to investigate that... one of the first things i read when i was back into comics (last year) was Jenkins and Ramos' run on Spec Spidey - and i loved it. Hopefully he can work some similar magic w/ Wolverine (too bad Jenkins didn't come over w/ him).


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