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Monolith #1

Writer: Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray Artist: Phil Winslade Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Brice Nov 24, 2003

    Im hoping for a long run of this title. A very long run. Monolith will need time to develop and tease out all the story potential inherent in the concept of the character, an embodiment of New York City fighting to redress the injustices besetting the citys underclasses. Palmiotti and Gray have a huge palette to work with, and Winslade appears more than able to provide the visual brush-strokes. With this review I hope to encourage readers and retailers alike to support this book whilst it is being offered for pre-order in Previews. And tell your friends, too. Monolith is going to be a huge storytelling experience. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Joe Pascone Feb 12, 2004

    Why doesnt it get ? Its first issue and no first issue gets five unless it drops me to the floor with a throat kick. Why are your standards so low? The long and short of it, right here: Buy it. Its solid, well worth your money, the art is very good (if I catch you complaining about boring backgrounds, Ill drop you from ten paces) and the wide scale impact of this character could be enormous. Picture Bats or Supes taking this creature on. Fanboys, commence drooling. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 7, 2004

    Weldon, Michael (1983) Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film. Ballentine Books: New York. Read Full Review

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