Jack Staff #7

Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Feb 21, 2005

    Hes also a great artist, and Phil Elliots colours superbly fit Grists line art. Particularly impressive is the dream sequence, rendered in black and white, with touches of greenish-grey; probably not the best way to complement a colourist, but it is a strikingly attractive sequence. Elsewhere, the bright primary colours of the 1942 scenes and the more subdued and dark occult bits also look superb. Elliots flat colouring style is probably somewhat unpopular in these technicolour days, but its a treat for the eyes. This is a little bit different from the other superhero titles out there, even notable recent titles that have done so much to reinvigorate the genre, but its also one of the best. Jack Staff is always a joy to read and is a great example of the strengths of the medium. Read Full Review

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