Franchise resurrection. That’s a feat in Hollywood rarely ever achieved by most franchises, outside of, perhaps, Fast and Furious. Much like that movie series, there was a time when the Mission: Impossible faced the relative threat of extinction. But suddenly, it came skyrocketing back in 2010, with Ghost Protocol and the insane stunt work of its maestro, actor and star, Tom Cruise.Continue reading “NOC Review: ‘Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One’ is a Non-Stop Thrill Ride”
Tom Cruise is flying high off of Top Gun: Maverick; the movie that saved Hollywood’s box office… after Shang Chi, Venom 2, and Spider-Man: No Way Home also saved Hollywood’s box office! Nevertheless, the one thing we know about Cruise is he brings the quality, the excitement, and the commitment to all his projects. And because of this, the Mission: Impossible franchise has just gotten better and better with each installment. Now we have the latest trailer for this summer’s Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One. And it looks as astonishing as ever!Continue reading “Choose to Accept the Latest Trailer for ‘Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One’”
Next year, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and the IMF will accept a brand new, insanely treacherous mission: Getting a new movie into theaters before another COVID outbreak hits! Pandemic delays stalled production on the latest installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise, but today, Paramount Pictures dropped a trailer that shows it’s all going to be worth it! Check here to check out the first trailer for Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One!Continue reading “First Trailer for ‘Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One’”
Thumbnail layouts are the essential blueprint for every page that I draw. This is the stage where I do all of my storytelling editing such as choosing angles, the lighting, etc.
In this sequence from Thief of Thieves #17 written by Andy Diggle, my deadline was looming so the layout is looser than I typically prefer. It might look like chicken scratch but it was enough for me to quickly nail down the flow of Andy’s script and keep things moving.