Breach #5

Writer: Bob Harras Artist: Marcos Martin Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 20, 2005

    Marcos Martin turns in another fine issue. While most of this issue is a talking heads affair, the big impact moments are well presented, with the scene where Tim's lashes out in frustration after learning his wife was killed being the visual highlight of the issue. There's also a fairly disturbing looking sequence where the soldiers get a good look at what was waiting for them inside the house, and the horrified reactions on their faces relates how unsettling this discovery is. The credit page shot of the character also got the issue off to a good start, and the follow-up scene where Tim's frustration level grows to such a point that he nearly breaks free of the containment cube was nicely presented by the art. There's also a nice visual montage as Tate reflects on current events, as the art presents the young man as very close to putting together the pieces of the puzzle. The cover image of this issue also does a strong job of selling the chaos that is currently Tim's life. Read Full Review

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