League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen II #4

Writer: Alan Moore Artist: Kevin O'Neill Publisher: America's Best Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 1, 2003

    The ending to the text piece is hilarious and of particular interest to the readers of the normal adventures. It also reveals how Mr. Moore thinks of censors and the bureaucracy of the world. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 3, 2003

    This issue isn't quite as engaging as the previous issues, as there not much forward motion, and the character moments aren't as insightful. Now the alien invasion material back in London is visually impressive, and the scene with the Invisible Man creates a genuine sense of suspense, but other than learning who they been sent looking for, the sections involving Miss Murray & Allan Quatermain are only notable for the final bit of insight, that she's still bearing deep emotional scars from the time she spent with Dracula. The text piece in the back of the issue was pretty interesting though, as it details the final days of Allan Quatermain, and paints Miss Murray in a less than flattering light. As for the art, I have to say that Kevin O'Neill did a wonderful job of capturing the idea that drugs have left Allan Quatermain a shadow of his former heroic figure. However, it's the explosive visuals back in London that leave one absolutely amazed, as they do a wonderful job of capturing the Read Full Review

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