Marshal #1

Writer: Bill Tortolini, Andrew LoVuolo Artist: Abdul Rashid Publisher: Dabel Brothers Productions Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray May 19, 2006

    As for the art, I think Abdul Rashid does a fantastic job displaying the action throughout, adding some unique style to this sci-fi tale. The world he has visualized resembles Yasuhiro Nightows Trigun in some ways, including the main character, who could be confused for a dark-haired Vash the Stampede. The characters throughout are very expressive in the face, and the entire issue flows well from panel to panel. All in all, this is a fine display of artwork by Mr. Rashid, and I was very impressed by his overall work. This, combined with the effective story by Tortolini and LoVuolo, makes this a quality comic book that you shouldnt miss. This is the second title I have read produced by Dabel Brothers (the first being Orson Scott Cards Red Prophet), and I have been impressed by both books. DB looks like a company interested in the quality of their titles, and I hope that this focus will lead to great successes in their future. Read Full Review

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