Manhunter #10

Writer: Marc Andreyko Artist: Javier Pina, Jimmy Palmiotti, Fernando Blanco Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate May 20, 2005

    Javier Pina substitutes ably for Manhunter premiere artist Jesus Saiz. This issue notably drops a few points in artistic focus, but Pina continues to respect character anatomy and scale. It's not real surprising that he would feel a little tired after the completion of last issue's breakneck action, and there's still some outstanding moments of illustration. The ghoulish ragdoll quality to Monocle's body treats readers tired of seeing dead heroes, and mostly stuffed in refrigerators. Pina makes Kate in Buccellato's red action always looks good, and the genuine emotion he infuses to Firehawk impresses. Read Full Review

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