Ant #5

Writer: Mario Gully Artist: Mario Gully Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: April 5, 2006 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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art & cover by MARIO GULLY

"Not All Who Wander..."
The first major battle of Ant's return is over. Join Hannah in this standalone issue as the dust settles, wounds heal, and she finally gets some of the answers she has been searching for. Meanwhile, another threat is right around the corner.

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    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace May 15, 2006

    The only redeeming elements of the comic are the slightly original plotting and the obvious heart and soul that Gully has put into the creation of the book, but they wont keep the title going forever. I also find myself struggling to identify exactly what Gullys target audience might be, as more sophisticated adult readers would likely find the whole enterprise a little too simplistic and juvenile, whilst much younger fans might find the comic unsuitable for them due to the sexual content and language. I suppose that those teenage readers I mentioned earlier might find some shallow enjoyment in the book, but thats a pretty small section of the audience to limit yourself to, and Id be interested to know just how successful the past few issues of Ant have been in terms of sales as Id be hard pushed to really recommend it to anyone I know. Ultimately, Im not convinced that Ant is going to be able to run for a long time without a little more concentration on characterisation and d Read Full Review

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