Pest Control #7

Publisher: Ominous Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Apr 25, 2005

    Springford's art has always been strong, but he consistently shows improvement, and there are some great images in here. He's proving more and more adept at visual characterisation too, with the dialogue scenes working very well indeed, especially the aforementioned Penny/10 exchanges. Character designs are also a strong point, and I particularly enjoyed Penny's Dr. Who-like assumption of a new costume to go with her new body. That she looks cute and adorable in the outfit is of course just a bonus. The Ominous Comics boundaries have up until now been quite rigid; Pest Control does the weird stuff, and Martin Eden's The O Men does the strong characterisation. There's been some dancing over the border from both sides, but this issue of Pest Control counts as a full-on Poland 1939 invasion into Eden's territory, which surely means that some kind of retaliation is imminent. What this means, of course, is that Eden and Springford each have someone to compete with, and what it leads to Read Full Review

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