Marcos Martin brings a very impressive level of detail to these pages. I'm delighted to see that so far he also looks to be an artist who doesn't look to have any problem meeting the monthly deadlines, as nothing kills reader interest in a new title than an erratic shipping schedule. As it stands, Marcos Martin's work is about as good as one could have hoped for. It tells the story in a clear, visually exciting manner, and while there are still some questions about the character's abilities, this doesn't stop the impressive displays of power. I mean there's a great scene in this issue where Tim atomizes a desk simply by touching it. The big action sequence later in the book is also worth a mention, as how can one not love the destruction of the gun of a Kobra operative who was about to shoot his son, or the decidedly ominous nature of the final panel of the issue, as we see what happened to the Kobra operatives. Read Full Review
The H.P. Lovecraft elements are remotely interesting, and Lopez delivers in terms of artwork, but he can't save the entirety. The shabby treatment of traditional losers Kobra and his men as well as the stupid not shocking character derailment of the mystery villainess make Breach a hole to avoid. You've got two more issues to wow me. Read Full Review
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