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    Declan Shalvey’s Top Picks

    The Punisher artist spills on his Marvel favorites! Pick up Becky Cloonan’s, Matt Horak’s and Declan’s Punisher, featuring Frank Castle as the one-man army on crime. And check out more of Declan’s signature work in Moon Knight (2014)!

    Essential Reading with Declan Shalvey

    • Generation X (1994-2001)

      'Gen X' by Scott Lobdell, Chris Bachalo & Steve Buccellato

      I love the X-Men but Gen X came out just as I was getting into American comics. It was a great entry point for me. Bachalo’s bold character designs jumped off the page and of course, I loved seeing fellow Irishman Banshee in a starring role, t’be sure t’be sure.

    • Astonishing X-Men (2004-2013)

      Joss Whedon, John Cassaday & Laura Martin's X-Men

      A great example of creators doing a signature take on a book. I’m a massive fan of Joss’ Buffy and Angel, etc., but what was a revelation to me was just how good a comics writer he was. Prime Cassaday work here on a series that made you care and made the X-Men cool again.

    • Nextwave: Agents of HATE

      Nextwave by Warren Ellis, Stuart Immonen & Dave McCaig

      This weird and hilarious book slaps you in the face and tickles your ribs while reading it. Every page is filled with bonkers ideas and visual mastery. Every single panel is a treat. This book is a testament to what can be done in the medium when you let the lunatics run the asylum.

    • Daredevil (1998-2011)

      Daredevil by Ed Brubaker, Michael Lark & Matt Hollingsworth

      While I grew up on the classic Miller Daredevil stories, I have a special love for Brubaker and Lark’s Daredevil run. The book was basically a crime series masquerading as a super hero book with two creators at the peak of their powers.

    • Vision (2015-2016)

      Vision by Tom King, Gabriel Walta & Jordie Bellaire

      What can I say about this run that hasn’t already been said? This series is a contemporary classic, with creators doing phenomenal work, from script, to art to colors. Vision is a great example of taking super heroes/sci-fi concepts and telling compelling human stories.

    • Black Widow (2016-2017)

      Black Widow by Chris Samnee, Matt Wilson & Mark Waid

      Samnee and co.’s Black Widow is a masterclass in sequential storytelling. What Samnee has done on this series is write a fantastic and complex character drama and deliver it in a visually compelling way. I’ve always wanted to do a Black Widow book like this and will be forever jealous that Chris did it and did it better than anyone else ever will.

    • Hawkeye (2016-)

      Hawkeye by Kelly Thompson, Leonardo Romeo & Jordie Bellaire

      It’s tough to follow an acclaimed run like Fraction/Aja’s but this creative team is on fire, I genuinely love this series. The writing is sharp and charming, while Romero displays superb storytelling devices every issue, with some of the most gorgeous Bellaire colors on the stands.

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