Stephen Segovia Articles

Red Hood: Outlaw #32 REVIEW

Red Hood: Outlaw #32 REVIEW

Red Hood: Outlaw #32 DC Comics Written by: Scott Lobdell Art by: Stephen Segovia Colors by: Rex Lokus Letters by: Troy Peteri  Red Hood: Outlaw #32 is a significant change of pace from anything Jason Todd has ever tried before. Red Hood doesn’t throw a single punch...

Superwoman #10 Review

Superwoman #10 Review

Superwoman #10 DC Comics Written by: K. Perkins Art by: Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert Color by: Hi-Fi K. Perkins' Superwoman #10 is a fresh start for the series and the character of Superwoman. Last issue, K. Perkins crafted a Lana Lang...

Superwoman #9 Review

Superwoman #9 Review

Superwoman #9 DC Comics Written by: K. Perkins Art by: Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert Color by: Hi-Fi Superwoman #9 wonderfully captures the strong voice of Lana Lang. Lana calls out Superman for trying to use emotion to manipulate her into doing something she said...

Super, Simply Super: Action Comics #966 (Review)

Super, Simply Super: Action Comics #966 (Review)

Action Comics #966 DC Comics Written by: Dan Jurgens Art by: Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert Emotional. Moving. Caring. Heartfelt. Dan Jurgens' Action Comics #966 accomplishes all of this. Jurgens' last issue was a high-water mark for Action Comics post-Rebirth, but...

Dynamic Duo’s a “Convergence #4” Review

Dynamic Duo’s a “Convergence #4” Review

Convergence #4 DC Comics Written by: Jeff King Art by: Jason Paz & Stephen Segovia At the half way point it would be safe to say that DC's Convergence is a very unbalanced story.  At points newcomer Jeff King is able to transcend the DC myhos with a series of...

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