Fantastic Four #526

Writer: Karl Kesel Artist: Tom Grummett Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 24, 2005

    Tom Grummett's work on this issue is a little weak, as the action doesn't really convey much in the way of excitement, and the level of detail in some of the panels doesn't quite hold up to his previous work. The art deserves praise for its work on the opening sequence, as the final few panels of Diablo's flashback do a very nice job of conveying the horror of what was done to him. The art also deserves credit for its delivery of the little details like the bags under the characters' eyes, and the various power tricks that Diablo employs during the battle are also well realized, from the golden Baxter Building, to the method that he uses to bring an advancing Ben to an abrupt halt. Still, this issue's art wasn't quite up to the level that I've come to expect from Tom Grummett, as there wasn't really any moments in the issue that left me all that impressed. Still, while the art was a bit flat, it did a nice job conveying the chaos that is Johnny's love life, and the attempt to expla Read Full Review

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