Ant #2

Writer: Mario Gully, Marc Hammond Artist: Mario Gully Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: September 14, 2005 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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art & cover by MARIO GULLY

Ant has returned and the pressure is on. With Ant surrounded by new enemies, and doubting her own sanity, how can she possibly prevail? Why, with a little help from her friends, of course! Enter: Savage Dragon! As Dragon lends a hand, the mystery of Hannah's little stay in the asylum deepens. Answers always lead to more questions, and this issue is no exception.

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Dominic Organ Nov 29, 2005

    The Art has its good points and bad points. Ant looks satisfyingly odd with her antennae whipping around. Black and red are used to great effect to emphasize emotion and keep her looking decidedly alien. Jessica Mime looks attractive and proves women dont need to be poking my eyes out with massively erect nipples to do it, which I am grateful for. Arachnid lookspretty awful to be honest. Imagine what Cher looks like without make-up on and you will probably have a decent idea. The contrast between Ant and Arachnid is used to great effect and makes the battle more interesting. The fight scenes are filled with action, and there is plenty to keep the eye interested and this detracts from the issue at points. The large panels look great while the smaller ones seem over crowded and lose some of their impact. While this issue doesnt match up to the first, there is still loads to keep me interested. Ill be buying the next one, and so should you. Read Full Review

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