Loonies – we have a new arc beginning!
Welcome to issue IV of OVER THE MOON!
As this kicks off a new arc for Lemire (Moon Knight Vol. 8, issue #6), Smallwood and Bellaire, Connor and I will be returning to a panel-by-panel analysis of the issue. Only one issue this week, but it’ll be great to dive in and dissect the book from cover to cover!
Let’s not forget that this arc also features the additional talents of James Stokoe, Francesco Francavilla, and Wilfredo Torres! What the?…
…that much talent?
…that much talent!!
It’s going to be great returning to the panel-by-panel format, especially since each of the above guest artists will bring their own spin to laying out the artwork and interpreting Lemire’s script!
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We’ll be announcing any news as always, which filters it’s way through from the internet, and we may do another Character Spotlight too – we’ll see! Thanks for following and listening to the podcast and this humble community,
As always – May Khonshu watch over the denizens of the night,
Wow, what a great issue. I love the different art styles used to convey the different personalities and lifestyles of Steven, Jake, and Marc.
Steven’s pages are filled with very clean, crisp art. It makes thing seems very put-together, happy, predictable. Steven and Marlene mentioning “super hero fatigue” online and the Ant-man movie kind of breaks the fourth wall and makes the Steven scenes more realistic than the others.
But then we find out that the “realism” of the Steven scenes actually seems to be “The Matrix” so-to-say, and the REAL red-pill world is the world that Jake is describing in the beautiful street-art style pages where he is the main character. This is the coolest art in the book to me. The lights are typical, yellow city lights, the shadows are blue, and there is pink thrown in there to really make it seem almost like graffiti.
And, at this point, who the heck knows what’s going on with Marc. The art changes to a very technical style, most popular with Sci-Fi stories. And this is a Sci-Fi story to say the least. We’ve never seen the Werewolf (werewolves) like this before!
All-in-all, what a crazy and magnificent issue. 5/5 crescent darts for me.
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