Concerning the art, I dont think that Staz Johnson and Tom Palmer are the right artists for this particular series. The facial expressions for the variety of characters dont change much, leaving a very static look for many of the scenes. Plus, the art is not particularly gritty for a comic book with this kind of subject matter. This is art that is suited for Amazing Spider-Man rather than an urban saga. Still, Im willing to stick with this series just to see if it heads in a direction that will ultimately be satisfying; namely, pitting an extraordinary, albeit powerless, street tough against some of the second-string super baddies of the Marvel Universe and proving that powers do not make the criminal. If nothing else, its great bathroom reading! Read Full Review
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