Dingo #1
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Dingo #1

Writer: Michael Alan Nelson Artist: Francesco Biagini Publisher: Boom! Studios Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Jan 8, 2010

    Biagini's artwork serves the story pretty well. There's a slightly gritty edge, but overall, the linework is crisp, bright and clear. His work here reminds me a bit of the style of Norm (Anarky, Prime) Breyfogle, but only subtly. The most captivating visual is Dingo's canine companion, Cerberus, and the reason is clear. Sure, he's a huge, imposing presence when he appears, but how the artist really sets the dog apart is by drenching him in darkness. He's a walking shadow in an otherwise brightly "lit" book. Biagini's design for Cerberus reminds me of the sort of fare we saw from Kelley Jones in his classic run on Neil Gaiman's Sandman (the "Season of Mists" story arc). Read Full Review

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