You'll laugh and smile as you read Marvel Team-Up. Kirkman does not take himself seriously, and his relaxed style makes for pleasant plotting, fun dialogue and interaction acrobatics from the cast. Read Full Review
Scott Kolins's perfectly captures the technological marvels that S.H.I.E.L.D. brings to the table, as the Helicarrier makes for a lovely background element. My only complaint about the interior art is that Black Widow's hair style makes her look like she's escaped from the 1980s. Then again, since this writing is trying to evoke the same story-telling dynamics that were a regular part of the early 1980s, perhaps this isn't such a bad thing. I will say the art makes playful use of all its various players, as there's a very real sense of urgency to the battle, and the art manages to do a very effective job of keeping track of all the characters. There's also a wonderful reveal shot in this issue, as the Naked Fat Kid discovers his newest location, and there's also a nice little moment where the art pulls back to reveal the shattered body of Sunfire. Read Full Review
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