Almost every page gives the reader a source for artistic admiration. The artists flawlessly depict a from behind shot of Reed Richards as he surveys textured barren rock . One notes also how the hallway behind Sue, rather than lie flatly on the page, actually appears to go somewhere. Palettes of red and orange heighten the drama of Reed's discovery. The depiction of destruction looks fantastic. One character appears to be swimming in space. Thus, the artists create the illusion of motion. The artists give battle scenes more oomph by having some of the debris from one panel being knocked into another panel. Lines lending depth to advance an already proportionate body design score Ms. Fantastic's breasts. Wanda's fingers appear to be posed in an usual way to denote a spell-casting form. Color blends create the special effects such as hex-bolts and bioelectricity, but these depictions never seem out of place or distracting, a problem I found in Spider-Girl. They work with the st Read Full Review
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