Breach #7

Writer: Bob Harris Artist: Marcos Martin Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 26, 2005

    Marcos Martin turns in another fine looking issue, as this time out he's called upon to deliver almost an entire issue of non-stop action, and he does a very impressive job of delivering the more fantastic elements of the powers on display. The panel where the young woman's arm falls victim to the villain's deadly touch effectively sells the threat that these creatures pose. There's also several solid impact panels, from the opening bit where our hero rejects the memories being downloaded into his mind, to the scene where he is blasted back by the children that he refuses to fight. The art also does some impressive work on the facial expressions such as the delight that is etched on the faces of the children as they tear our hero apart is nicely conveyed, or the anguish of Zanetti as he decides how he's going to deal with this threat. The visual design of the creature that is unleashed on the final page also deserves the loin's share of the credit for why I find myself looking forw Read Full Review

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