The Crow: Death and Rebirth #2

The Crow: Death and Rebirth #2

Writer: John Shirley Artist: Kevin Colden Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: August 15, 2012 Critic Reviews: 4
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Steve Ditko's most creative comics are lovingly reproduced in a beautiful large format hardback book, "The Creativity of Steve Ditko," a companion to Craig Yoe's previous "The Art of Ditko." Forward by Paul Levitz with revealing essays by Mike Gold, Jack Harris, Mikal Banta, and Amber Stanton. Amber, daughter of fetish artist Eric Stanton, gives ground-breaking background about when her father and Ditko shared a studio for nearly a decade and worked on each others projects during the creation of Spider-Man.

  • 8.0
    Geekality - Kevin Hopson Aug 14, 2012

    John Shirley, novelist and co-screenwriter of the original movie, writes an action-packed issue filled with violence and multiple kills. Though the art is rough and muddled at times, the dark tone suits the character and setting appropriately. I'm sure the body count will continue to rise in the next issue, but " more importantly " I'm interested in seeing where the story goes from here. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Blue Raven Comics - Garry Robertson Aug 19, 2012

    I gave issue #1 a good 7/10. This issue is much the same. I have always liked The Crow as a character, but this story is struggling to pick up the pace in my opinion. The artwork is the standout for me so far, so it's another 7/10, with the hope that the next issue steps it up a little. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Zac Boone Aug 19, 2012

    With The Crow: Death & Rebirth #2, John Shirley delivers an okay story that struggles to embrace the loss of the principle characters. Kevin Colden's artwork still lends eerie atmosphere and a slight impressionistic quality. If the art was your favorite part of the first issue, you should enjoy this one well enough. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Aug 16, 2012

    I'm just really unimpressed and disappointed by this series. I was looking forward to it and now I can't stand to read it. I wish I could say that it was due to over hype, but there is a difference between that and what this book is. Over hyping an average book still results in reading an average book, but when you overhype a bad book the results are like getting a kiss from an ugly man dressed as a woman" who the hell wants that? Read Full Review

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