Nemesis: The Imposters #1
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Nemesis: The Imposters #1

Writer: Ivan Brandon Artist: Cliff Richards Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 3, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 8.2
    IGN - Dan Phillips Mar 3, 2010

    For those who enjoyed Escape for all its weirdness, have no fear: Brandon doesn't abandon everything that made that series unique. There are still some very unusual questions hovering above this drama, and the book's title alone seems to suggest all is not what it appears. But like I said, it's a huge improvement in every way, including the art. Cliff Richards provides sharp, clean pencils that compensate for a lack of detail with vibrant personality. All in all, this is a thoroughly entertaining read, and I'm glad I picked it up. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Timothy Callahan Mar 4, 2010

    But I don't really know where this series is headed, and that's its charm. We'll just have to buckle in to the back seat of that Barracuda and enjoy the ride. Even if it launches us off a precipice. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Major Spoilers - Stacy Baugher Mar 11, 2010

    Overall, I really am not sure what to think about this issue. While the cover and art are great, the story itself reads a little schizophrenic. Is the style a set up for Thomas Tresser's current state of mind? What about the insertion of Brother Eye and the reference to The Electric City? I went in expecting something akin to a guns blazing action story and just seemed to get lost along the way. Ironic, considering that this is a character that relies heavily on subterfuge and misdirection to accomplish his goals; I am pretty sure that he would be pleased. I'll admit that my recent read of the character's portrayal in the Wonder Woman series had me expecting one thing and I got another, but to have to read a book three times to get it is a little excessive. I personally could have used a little explanation of the who, what, when, where and why of the story, but I have a feeling that that will be waiting until the next issue. As it stands, we have great art with some memorable panels an Read Full Review

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