Grimjack: Killer Instinct #5

Writer: John Ostrander Artist: Timothy Truman Publisher: IDW Publishing Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 5, 2005

    Timothy Truman turns in another fine issue, with Grimjack's sorry state being particularly well displayed in this issue. The sequence where the dead tired character returns to his apartment to get ready for the upcoming battle proves to be a solid visual sequence of a hero preparing for a battle, in that the initial shot of the character reminds readers that Grimjack's outward appearance isn't a true reflection of the character's physical state. The action is also extremely well presented from Grimjacks battle with the killosaurs, to the chaos of the final pages as our hero races the ticking clock while wading through a legion of vampire attackers. The level of detail on the page also can't help but impress, as the various zombies, killosaurs, and vampires that come after Grimjack in this issue look like they've stepped out of a first-rate production. The impact of this issue's final page is also extremely well done, as the expression that is reflected in Grimjack's eyes perfectly Read Full Review

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