Seven Soldiers of Victory: Guardian #2

Event\Storyline: Seven Soldiers of Victory Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Cameron Stewart Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate May 20, 2005

    Source: Calder, Nigel (1983) Times Scale: An Atlas of the Fourth Dimension. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 31, 2005

    Cameron Stewart turns in his usual top notch effort, as this issue is pretty much one extended action sequence, and the art is more than up to the task of capturing the non-stop momentum of the issue. I mean how can one not be impressed by the panel where we get a look at the second pirate ship as in closes in for the attack, and the Guardian's one man battle toward the front of the train is extremely well presented. There's also some solid work on the big scene where we see the looming danger that awaits the two speeding trains, and I have to say the art does an amazing job of capturing the big moment where we see these trains race over the edge and plunge into the darkness. The madness of the two pirate captains is also well presented during the scene where we get a look at the treasure that they've been fighting over, and the last panel of the issue perfectly captured the idea that this fight has destroyed them both. I also rather enjoyed the simple quality of this issue's cover, as Read Full Review

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