An extra benefit of a quick end to Civil War: House of M would be the freedom for Andrea Di Vito to move onto other projects. I enjoy his work a great deal. Di Vito is an expert at laying out action sequences and all the hallmarks of the traditional superhero comic. Unfortunately, this book doesn't really call for that traditional look. Though I had problems with the execution of Mike Perkins' art in the previous House spinoff, that darker, grittier tone is really what this series needs. Civil War: House of M needs something to set it apart, in any case. So far, it's a passable but uninteresting return to a universe that would be better off left alone for a while. Read Full Review
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