Gravity #2

Writer: Sean McKeever Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 29, 2005

    There are moments where Mark Norton's art is a little rough around the edges, and I found it a bit weak when it came to delivering the impact of Gravity's battle with the Rhino, as there's a moment where we see the character uses his power to halt the Rhino's charge, and the art fails to convey the sheer amount of power that it would've taken to pull off this stunt. Still the art does a very solid job on the little character moments, from the annoyed/bored expression on Lauren's face as the Rhino goes on a rampage outside the bakery, to Greg's expression when he first plants himself in front of the television to hear about his heroic debut, only to discover that even Ms. Lion rates higher than he does. I also have to say I rather enjoyed the design that Mark Norton came up with for the Greenwich Guardian, as it's a decidedly ordinary looking costume that instantly tells you he's a super-hero without letting you know anything else, which is exactly the feeling that I suspect Sean McKeev Read Full Review

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