Russell Dauterman's name is new to me, but after this initial taste of his work, I'm a fan. I'm reminded of Tim Sale's style here, but Dauterman's approach is a bit softer. Despite the scant number of costumes and super-power displays in the book, he conveys the larger-than-life nature of the characters quite well. What's a bit lacking is a stronger sense of place. The script tells us what kind of neighborhood in which these characters live more than the art does, and the interior of their homes look too cavernous. I know we're meant to see they live affluent lives, but their homes don't really seem like homes when it's called for. Read Full Review
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