Supercrooks #2

Supercrooks #2

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Leinil Yu Publisher: Marvel Icon Release Date: April 25, 2012 Critic Reviews: 5
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In A World Where Pickings Are Slim And The “Heroes” Are Everywhere. Now, With Little Left To Lose, He’s Convincing His Pals That Their Last, Best Hope Lies Overseas. But Will Culture Shock Get To Them Before The Polica Do? Continuing The High-Stakes Escapade From The Creative Team That Brought You Superior!

  • 10
    Fanboy Buzz - Bill Jameson May 2, 2012

    In regards to the art Lenil Francis Yu is clearly a master at storytelling creating some dynamic action scenes and good expressions on the characters. My one complaint with him is some of the characters look a little too similar to each other at times. But other than that this is some great writing that is only sweetened with a fantastic artist. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Dean Stell May 1, 2012

    Pretty good comic. It isn't a new story and it is formulaic, but they execute on it well. Plus, I kind of appreciate that they're not trying to trick us into believing that a classic story is "new" by adding some twist. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Blue Raven Comics - Garry Robertson Jul 25, 2012

    This issue is another master class in writing from Mark Millar, with great humor, fantastic characters, and some trademark over-the-top violence. All brought to life by the vibrant artwork of Leinil Yu" a winning partnership, in my opinion. The story has stepped up even more, as we now know the identities of the gang members and also their target. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - lucstclair Apr 27, 2012

    Calm, cool & collective, Johnny Bolt rounds up his players like Danny Ocean would, except these bad guys can level cities. Im digging this series. Written by Mark Millar (Wanted) & illustrated by Leinil Yu (Superior). From Icon/Marvel Comics. Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    Outer Realm Comics - M S R Apr 30, 2012

    The best thing about Supercrooks #2 is how it absolutely embraces its over-the-top nature and plays havoc with it. While this might sound egregious to some, the best approach to read the title is to approach it as a well-done primer to the movie adaptation rather than solely as a comic book. Millar is providing a super-charged tale in four issues, and it's apparent by now that such a approach leaves little in the way of finer details. There is a time and place for all things, and Supercrooks is the book you want to go for if you want to read fast, entertaining tale of one-upmanship and camaraderie between cons. Read Full Review

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