Aquaman #31

Writer: Marc Guggenheim Artist: Andy Clarke Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 1, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 9, 2005

    This issue goes a little bubble crazy, as while I realize that this is a visual element that allows the artist to fill the background, this issue went a little overboard. Still, I guess it's better that Andy Clarke is guilty of putting too much detail on the page rather than too little, as if nothing else it speaks to the fact that he put a great deal of care and attention on the page. In fact, it's the little details that left me the most impressed, as I love the fact that the art plays with the characters' hair as it's used to sell the motion of a character. The art also does a nice job of the panel presenting the gathered police force, as the art perfectly presents the sceptical attitude of the gathered cast. The art also offers up a nice little moment where the killer changes from an ally to an enemy, as the character's eyes are able to reflect complete innocence in one panel and murderous fury in the next. I wasn't overly impressed by this issue's cover art though, as it's a Read Full Review

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