Ant #6

Writer: Mario Gully Artist: Mario Gully Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: June 28, 2006 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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art & cover by MARIO GULLY

It's a change of pace and scenery for Ant this issue. Hannah heads to a new city, ready to set up shop and move on with her life. Meanwhile, a new enemy plans on giving her a chilling welcome.

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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Jul 7, 2006

    Well, for attempting to be positive in this review, I think Ive done a lousy job. Ant is not a title I go out of my way to buy, and if this hadnt been given to me, I wouldnt have bought it at my local shop. But, dont take my cynicism as meaning Ant is not for anyone. Believe me, theres a reason that there was such a boom in comic books during the late 80s/early 90s, and a lot of those fans are still out there. For them, this is right up their alley, with plenty of those comic book conventions intact as well as a few new tricks to whet your appetite. For me, I have seen the light for too many years to return to this kind of series. Give me an emotionally complex fable any day, but dont try to sell me on "old fashioned super-hero" tales. These kinds of comics deserve to reside in the past, if you ask me, so I really hope that Gully has some intriguing plans for the future of Ant. At least he doesnt offer multiple covers... Read Full Review

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