Grimjack: Killer Instinct #1

Writer: John Ostrander Artist: Timothy Truman Publisher: IDW Publishing Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 22, 2005

    To be honest, I really haven't seen enough of Tim Truman's work to form much of an opinion on it, but I will say he delivers some fine work on this issue, as the level of detail is note worthy, as is the simple fact that he looks to have a pretty firm grasp on how to deliver a visually exciting story that is remarkably easy to follow. The art also nicely manages to update Grimjack's look into the present day, as now of the costume designs feel like they're carry overs from the 1980s, and some of them are really quite engaging. There's also some nice work on the action sequences, as how can one not wince at the panel where Grimjack shows his displeasure toward his boss? And there's also a couple of truly unsettling images as Grimjack's squad is torn apart by the Wraiths. I also have to give special credit to the book's colorist, Lovern Kindzierski, who gives the art a nice painted quality. The art really looks quite sharp. Read Full Review

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