Talent #3

Writer: Christopher Golden, Tom Sniegoski Artist: Paul Azaceta Publisher: Boom! Studios Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Sep 12, 2006

    The only aesthetic problem with Talent #3 is the same problem I pointed out in my previous review: Golden and Sniegoski occasionally write some stiff, formalized dialogue. The climactic scene of the issue with Dane/Marcus, the mob boss, and Marcuss wife was limited in emotionally complexity because of some stereotypical and unnecessary dialogue, such as You know who I am?, You cant do this to me, or Now its over. But, overall, Golden and Sniegoskis dialogue has improved from issue #1, particularly in the opening scene (teens really do talk like that) and some of the scenes with Krause and his cronies. And, similar to the dialogue, this issue of Talent is stronger than the two preceding it, which would be even better if I didnt know that the mini-series ends with issue #4. How are they going to tie up these loose ends? Well see, I guess. Read Full Review

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