Jae Lee's work effectively plays up the more unsettling moments of the issue, as the flashback scene where the Thinker performs a little impromptu surgery to expand her mind is a very disturbing looking sequence. There's also something to be said for the fact that we never really get a good look at the villain, as I like the idea of the villain always being hidden in the shadows, as horror movies have long proven the theory that the half-seen dangers are more disturbing than the ones that you get a real good look at. The scene where the Thing reveals that he's awake is also a well done bit of work, and I enjoyed the panel where all we see of the creatures that were attacking him in the previous panel are the trails of blood in the air. There's also a nice visual moment of Reed lost in thought as he listens to his messages. The art perfectly captures the idea that the one message has caught his full attention. I also rather enjoyed the interaction that is shown on this issue's cove Read Full Review
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