Route 666 #16

Writer: Tony Bedard Artist: Karl Moline Publisher: CrossGen Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Oct 25, 2003

    The return of Karl Moline cannot be emphasized enough. The subtlety in his artwork can be found in a young girl's wanting kiss to an innocent, joyous dance that ends on a meaningful look. Mr. Moline of course is more known for his dynamic animation through the panels, and his fans won't be disappointed with his handling of comedy blended to horror. He knows exactly what to show. On the surface eldritch energy blasting our young heroine through a cornfield could be utterly dramatic, but the distance she flies and the way Cassie's body reacts mitigates the horror with a grin to give the scene a different mood. Add Drew Geraci's textured inks and his complete synchronization with Mr. Moline's pencils, and you have a thoughtful, entertaining read but also something beautiful to look at even when terror stalks the heartland. Read Full Review

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