Gravity #1

Writer: Sean McKeever Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 20, 2005

    Mark Norton's work is a little too simple looking at times, and the lack of background detail is a little disappointing. However, for the most part the art does exactly what it needed to, and that is to capture the sense of wonder that comes with our hero's first days in the big city. I mean I've never been to New York, but this issue perfectly captures the idea that this young man is clearly moving about with stars in his eyes. The art also does a nice job of capturing the little moments like Greg's struggle to get into his costume before the battle raging outside is over, and there's a lovely look a sheer delight on the character's face as he heads out on his first patrol. The panic on his face when the old woman collapses is also nicely done, as is his look of helplessness as she is taken away by the doctors. Also I have to say the that while it's a rather simple image I have to say the most appealing visual that perfectly captured the main idea of this miniseries would have to be t Read Full Review

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