Hutchinson gets it. When you write a super-hero, believe in her. Don't hamstring her with mortal foibles. Show her to be intelligent. Show her to be powerful. Show her to be a saver of lives. That's why Critter easily earns five bullets. Read Full Review
Critter is a staple in the Big Dog Ink line up and outside of Pinpoint is one I always look forward to the most. I really like the character of Cassia and that her roots remain important to her as she transplants herself to the big city. It’s a book that in a way is very relatable to experiences in my own life. I hope that her character doesn’t get sucked into fame and fortune, but at the same time that’s how I know this is a good issue… I actually care about the character. Read Full Review
The story in this issue is nothing we haven't seen before, but that's not unexpected given that it's a superhero comic. Hutchison's writing shows a lot of diversity in tone between scenes, and is a very different entity from the other Big Dog Ink book I've read, "Wicked West: The Legend of Oz." Ossio's art has potential, and since this book is a monthly ongoing series I'm hoping that this book will really help him hone his craft. Overall, while I see a lot of potential in this series, this issue is just average, garnering 3 of 5 stars. Read Full Review
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