Fear Agent #4

Writer: Rick Remender Artist: Tony Moore, Jerome Opena Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Jun 13, 2006

    Regardless of my gripes, there is one constant with this series: the outstanding art by Tony Moore and Mike Manley. Even with a penciling assist by future-Fear Agent artist Jerome Opena, Manleys inks created a consistency to the look and a smooth flow for the panels and the action within the panels. Manley has to rank as one of my favorite inkers in the business, as his work here and in Doll and Creature strongly attest. Also, I cant forget about Lee Loughridges coloring, which shaded the entire issue with the appropriate tone for each page. Once again, we have a Remender book that is beautiful to behold and a pleasure to peruse (How bout that alliteration!). If Remender can maintain the uneasy balance of fun, action, and drama in upcoming issues, then I see this series being a fan-favorite for years to come. Think modern Forbidden Planet rather than 1950s Matrix! Read Full Review

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