Micronauts #4

Writer: Scott Wherle Artist: E.J. Su Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Feb 21, 2003

    I loved the way the unusual Din Visal (not Vin Diesel) and his motley crew is ready to defend Ryan in every possible way. There is great action and great artwork in Micronauts and when I pick up an issue, I'm always smiling! Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 13, 2003

    This issue has a bit more zip to in than the previous issues, and the final page does a nice job of developing a sense of impending doom. There's also a pretty solid battle sequence in this issue where Acroyear gets to flex his muscles & remind us why he's a force to be reckoned with. On the other hand though the book still has some real problems when it comes to the development of it's cast of characters, as none of them are coming across as all that interesting, and if Scott Wherle was to kill them all off next issue, I honestly don't think I'd care. Given the early issues are normally used to develop the cast of a book, I have to say that I'm a bit concerned that it's been taken for granted that this book is using established characters, as the material seems to be written with the idea that we're supposed to know who these characters are. There's also the rather uninspired action sequences, and the art's inability to inject a sense of visual excitement when the book does offer up a Read Full Review

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