Marvel Knights: 4 #10

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Jim Muniz Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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THE STUFF OF DREAMS PART 1 Something very, very strange is happening to New York’s First Family of Super Heroes. Their deepest fears and doubts are spreading from their dreams, seeping into their waking worlds. What’s real and what’s not?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 30, 2004

    Apparently Steve McNiven is no longer the regular artist of this title, though he does provide a pretty exciting cover shot of the Thing. However, his replacement leaves a bit to be desired, as Jim Muniz offers up a rough style, that isn't nearly as detailed as it needs to be to make one forget the art Steve McNiven provided on the opening issues. Now there's nothing wrong with Jim Muniz's work as it clearly details the action and there's some solid bits of action, as Ben's battle with the creature from the pit is a nice looking sequence. The double page shot that ends the issue also does a nice job of capturing the enormity of the threat. However, the art has some difficulty when it comes to detailing the emotional states of the character, as Sue's terror that Psycho-Man has returned is no where near as effective as it needed to be, and the construction workers caught in the grip of the monster look downright subdue, which doesn't help to sell the urgency of the situation. Read Full Review

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