Chase Variant One Shot #1 (is All I Need)
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Chase Variant One Shot #1 (is All I Need)

Writer: Rich Johnston Artist: Saverio Tenuta Publisher: Is All I Need Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Feb 19, 2010

    Two artists contribute line art to this book. Saverio Tenuta's style is a more conventional pencil/ink approach, reminiscent of Todd (Spawn) McFarlane's work. He captures the over-the-top intensity that serves to define characters such as Chase Variant. Bagwell's painted (or at least it looks painted) art brings an even darker, slightly more realistic tone to bear, but the shift actually works in the context of the story. From start to finish, having jumped from one story to another, the title character becomes more and more aware of the illogical nature of what's happening. Both artists bring consistency to the book by following Johnston's structure closely. The white space along the bottom panel of each page (no doubt at Johnston's direction) strings everything together nicely. Read Full Review

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