The Crew #7

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Joe Bennett Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 9, 2003

    A fairly exciting issue, as the Crew are involved in a fairly lengthy battle, and they put on a pretty impressive showing, as they tackle an army of heavily armed goons, and in what is turning out to be one of Christopher Priest's favorite action sequences, we see a couple members of the group take on an attack helicopter. The book also makes pretty good use of its diverse mix of personalities, as while the issue is narrated by Kasper Cole, from his viewpoint of the battle we get a pretty good look at his teammates in action, from Danny Vincent's complete willingness to leave his teammates in the lurch when he's presented with an opportunity to advance his own interests, to the selfless heroism performed by Josiah X which acts as nice bit of redemption that makes it easy to overlook the questionable behavior he was engaged in earlier in the series. The indecision of Kasper when he's presented with two choices during the battle is also nicely done, and I have to say I was genuinely surp Read Full Review

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