Clayton Henry does have moments where his art is very impressive, as he does a wonderful job when it comes to the big splashy images, such as the credit page that gets the issue off to a visual exciting start, and the one-page spread of the Marvel Universe heroes being overrun by the Box entities was also a great looking piece of art. However, where his art isn't quite so impressive is when it is called upon to deliver the action, as his preference for one of the lowest panel counts in the industry result in a very quick read, and most of the action ends up like a series of pinup images, rather that a fluid display of action. There's also a couple scenes that are quite awkward in appearance, with the romantic reunion that Centennial has with his lost love lacking any real emotional impact. The acid rain sequence could've also been presented in a more visually exciting manner. Read Full Review
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