The inclusion of a certain IDW-verse character was a pleasant surprise, and fits nicely with the subject matter the book is set to tackle. Needless to say, his inclusion adds to the comedic tone to the book and is absolutely necessary in order for it stand apart from the plethora of supernatural comics currently on the stands. Read Full Review
Infestation Outbreak #1 is an overall very solid book. There are problems, but they are primarily the same difficulties that plague any first chapter in a story. In time, we'll see if the potential on offer ends up as just another unnecessary cross-over or if it will be the vampire story to separate itself from the pack. Read Full Review
Messina boasts a fairly clear style, one that was definitely developed with super-hero comics in mind. His art on this book reminds me of the styles of such artists as Matthew Clark, Brian Stelfreeze and the like; it's a photorealistic approach featuring dynamic and even impossibly perfect figures. Messina offers up fairly standard genre artwork, but it's also not particularly remarkable either. It serves the story well, and since the story doesn't serve the readers (or at least new ones) well, neither aspect of the book resonates particularly well with the audience. Read Full Review
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