Civil War: Front Line #8

Civil War: Front Line #8

Event\Storyline: Civil War Writer: Paul Jenkins Artist: Ramn F. Bachs, Steve Lieber Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 22, 2006 Critic Reviews: 1
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Speedball's powers are gone, he's been held responsible for the worst super-human disaster in history, and every villain in prison is looking to take a piece of him. Will he make it out alive, and with the deaths on his conscious, does he want to?

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    Comics Bulletin - Luke Handley Nov 30, 2006

    On the art side of things, Ramon Bachs turns in some decent stuff on Embedded. Ive liked his work on the series and especially the way he depicts Ben Urich, scrawny and dishevelled yet full of purpose, but in some scenes I cant look at his Sally Floyd, with her slightly pinched mouth and curved up nose, without thinking of the show Spitting Image (one for the Brits out there!). Steve Liebers work on The Accused is the best in the book; Ive found his Speedball great, hes done a good Mr. less-than-Fantastic and She-Hulk. His Maria Hill does seem to have a slightly elongated neck, but hey, who cares if she looks a bit odd. In "Sleeper Cell," Lee Weeks does an okay job. Ive not been a fan of his work here, but theres no point in moaning too much about it. Finally, I feel sorry for every artist whos collaborated on War Letters; lets just leave it at that. Read Full Review

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