The Art: Ron Wimberly’s artwork mirrors the look of the animated series, with exaggerated expressions and movements. The colours give this the look it needs, with everything down to the yellowed pages behind the panels harking back to 1970s comics. There’s a great use of sound effects also, making your eyes move over the page with perfect comedic timing.
Being a fan of the film, the last comic book, and the animated series, I have a very biased opinion (as does fellow RWG writer Wesley Messer), but I honestly think that a knowledge of Black Dynamite is not necessary to enjoy this book. If you are at all familiar with cult blaxploitation films and you have a sense of humour, then I can’t imagine you not completely loving Black Dynamite #1.Final score: 10 out of 10.
Cover art: Marcelo Ferreira
Pencils : Ronald WImberly
Inks: Sal Buscema
Colors: Jim Ringuet
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Specifically, with Hawkeye, I’m trying to be more and more and more clear with lines. And, really, it is extra work. People tell me I do not do too much lines…the minimalist thing. And, I really think that it’s harder, you know? Because, the first sketch I usually do of a character has—like—one-thousand lines, you know? Then, I have to start thinking about how to get this one-thousand lines into four lines.David Aja, genius Hawkeye artist. (via merlin)