Fantastic Four #525

Writer: Karl Kesel Artist: Tom Grummett Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 28, 2005

    I've been seeing Tom Grummett's name gracing the credit box of a number of books recently, and I'm delighted to see Marvel has let him run with the ball, as he's a fine artist with a proven track record when it comes to getting the issues out on a timely basis. His work on this issue serves as a nice eye opener should The Fantastic Four ever find itself in need of an artist, as there's some lovely visuals in this issue; The Thing is allowed to be a one-man wrecking crew during the battle sequence, and there's a number of moments where the art has some fun with the team and their powers (e.g. the scene where Sue turns the walls transparent, or the throw away visual where a dead tired Reed stretches). The art also effectively conveys the idea that the Fantastic Four are suffering from sleep depravation as it offers up the important little visual touches like the bags under the eyes, and the general lethargic posture of the characters. The art also does a pretty fair job of capturing t Read Full Review

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