Manhunter #17

Writer: Marc Andreyko Artist: Javier Pina Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Dec 24, 2005

    Javier Pina and Steve Buccellato enhance Andreyko's words with their artwork. Pina doesn't get the opportunity to draw Manhunter in costume, and Buccellato also doesn't have the chance to bring out the reds. Their work stays within the real world, but that doesn't diminish its power. When Kate's instincts take over, Pina imbues the determination to the character's face, and Buccellato makes her green eyes flash angrily. When Andreyko's writing leads up to the big reveal, which is a knock you out of your socks kind of surprise, they give her a realistic and understated look of surprise, and in between Pina's panel construction, segues and aesthetic sensibilities create a quick pace that's nothing short of being reminiscent of Alias, the television series. Read Full Review

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