Flare #3

Writer: Wilson Hill, Steve Perrin Artist: Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallott, Terry Pallot Publisher: Heroic Publishing Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 29, 2005

    Purcell and Pallot both do adequate jobs when illustrating Flare's or Sparkplug's adventures, and in many instances, the artists carry themselves above average in the panels. Purcell's depiction of Andrea the Black Enchantress carries a little more artistic impact since she is supposed to be a younger woman than Flare. Thus, her proportions are several notches below the expected bombshell type of super-hero. Even Flare who meets the criteria bears a little more depth and scale than expected. One real problem I noticed regarding the artwork occurred in the early panels where every character seemed to have an asymmetrical nose. I don't actually expect perfect or homogenous features in characters. As with reality this would get boring real fast, but a plastic surgeon needed to be called in for some of these scenes. Read Full Review

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