By: Cullen Bunn (story), Dale Eaglesham & Rags Morales (art), Jason Wright (colors)
The Story: As with most former dictators, it’s hard to wring an apology out of Sinestro. 738 more words
Everything happens for a reason. That’s not a maxim automatically associated with villains and their miscreant ways. The miniseries “Villains United”, written by Gail Simone with art by Dale Eaglesham (and Val Semeiks on the third issue), inks by Wade Von Grawbadger and Prentis Rollins, and colors by Sno Cone, has villains battling villains in an intelligent and calculating way, with a grand scheme that will leave the reader shocked once they reach the conclusion. 1,335 more words
The Arbor Gallery is, for the most part, run by volunteers. Actually, our curator is the only paid employee. We meet four or five times a year, to discuss things like paying for the lighting and phone bills, deciding on how to negotiate a better lease, how to bring in more visitors, the usual day-to-day stuff when it comes to running a small contemporary gallery. 702 more words
My first mention of Cullen Bunn and Dale Eaglesham's Sinestro series, reviews of which I hope to make a staple at Sourcerer much like my Batman column.
By: Cullen Bunn (story), Dale Eaglesham (art), Jason Wright (colors)
The Story: Sinestro retakes his position as president of his fan club.
The Review: In my blessedly brief, somewhat humiliating, always entertaining time doing stand-up, I learned that half the secret to getting up into the spotlight and getting out without a beer bottle thrown at you is to proceed as if everything is going extremely well, even you’re dying inside. 628 more words