I know I've seen Marcos Martin's work before, and while a quick search on Google would solve this mystery, it's not really all that important to my comments of his work on this issue. I will say that his work is along the lines of artists like Lee Weeks and Scott Kolins, in that it's highly detailed work that does a lovely job of capturing the sheer majesty of the book's big impact moments. I mean the establishing shot of the giant cyclotron would do Jack Kirby proud, and when the experiment goes south the art does an amazing job of capturing the sheer intensity of the situation as we see the man's body being ripped apart. There's also a nightmarish scene where we see the transformed man make contact with one of his rescuers, and we get a decidedly graphic look at what contact with his can do to the human body. I also enjoy the simple elegance of the character's costume, as it's a striking visual. Read Full Review
Breach may improve, but at the moment, mediocrity is the watch word. Breach's origin bears similarity to the onset of Penny Farthing's Para, which was far more intriguing and used science to produce something highly entertaining and readable. So, instead of Breach buy Para. Read Full Review
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