All Crime Comics #1

All Crime Comics #1

Writer: Art of Fiction Publisher: Art of Fiction Release Date: March 1, 2012 Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 8.5
    A Comic Book Blog - Geoff Arbuckle Nov 3, 2012

    The second chapter of this book is penciled by Marc Sandroni and colored by Andrew Siegel. This is a complete opposite look than Laroche's parts. Sandroni, who definitely hit a home run with Dames, again is up to his old tricks of matching the style with the times in which he is depicting. This whole section looks like it came straight out of a 1960s Spider-Man comic. It's bright and the characters are smooth and attractive. They've not lost their innocence completely and become twisted yet. Siegel's palette shifts from the darker tones of Feecs' and opts for lighter, brighter tones of the greens and yellows. Even the nighttime scene with Dodger and Carla doesn't look as dark as the daytime scenes in Laroche's chapters. It's a great contrast that really helps the reader shift from the bad times to the good and back again. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Nov 2, 2012

    I really liked this book and the ending. I almost find it bizarre that the main character is returning in the second issue, but I’m willing to check it out. If you like crime comics and haven’t gotten your fill from the departure of Criminal, then check this book out. It’s a fast paced read, but hits all the right beats for the genre. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Den Of Geek! - Mike Cecchini Mar 24, 2013

    But it's the middle chapter, with art by Marc Sandroni and colors by Andrew Siegel which really distinguish themselves. Sandroni goes straight for the romance comic jugular and perfectly evokes the comic art of the sixties that existed mostly outside of the superhero books. All Crime Comics promises that the main character, Dodger, "will return in All Crime #2." I don't know if they mean it or not, or if that's just the kind of thing you're supposed to say at the end of this kind of book. If it's true, I'll definitely be back for more. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Schenker Mar 22, 2013

    There's also some great breaks of art with different artists throwing in a short strip or pin-up that adds to the overall feel of the comic. It's a great package, well thought out from story to production. Read Full Review

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