Jim Muniz's work is a bit uneven; there are times when I'm quite impressed by what he's put on the page, while there are other times when his work looks a little rough around the edges. I mean the visual of the temporal agent that contacts Reed is quite interesting, and the scene where Franklin is confronted by the angry looking time traveller does a nice job of playing up the element of danger. However, the scene where the time platform shatters isn't nearly as effective as one would've hoped, and the one-page spread where the team tries to figure out where they are made for a rather awkward looking visual. Still, while I miss Steve McNiven's work in this book, I will concede that Jim Muniz does have the occasional moment where I can see why I should be glad he's the book's regular artist, and if nothing else he does earn marks for his ability to detail the action clearly. Read Full Review
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