Marvel Knights: 4 #16

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Jim Muniz Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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DIVINE TIME PART 2 They have marched across time, building their empires, subjugating entire civilizations and peoples. Khan. Alexander. Attila. Napoleon. Hitler. Determined to take his rightful place alongside them in the pages of history, Ramades, son of Rama-Tut, Divine Ruler of Egypt, has navigated oceans of time and space to claim the New World for himself. With the Fantastic Four lost in time, and desperately trying to get back to the present to stop Ramades, the mad conqueror’s tide of destruction begins!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 21, 2005

    I still miss Steve McNiven's work on the interior art, and while his work does show signs of steady improvement, Jim Muniz still has quite a ways to go before his work is even in the same ball park. Now the art does some nice work capturing the cold malevolence of the villain that confronts Franklin, and the final panel where Franklin stands up to this villain works quite well thanks in large part to the art. However the art is a bit weak when it comes to its backgrounds, as Johnny's section of the book is supposed to take place in a dark, sinister future, and we don't even get a good establishing shot that would sell readers on this idea. However, the art does some nice work on the scene where Johnny is rescued from the pursuing Doombots, and I also rather enjoyed the new redesign that the Doombots have undergone, though it would have been nice to have gotten a better look at them. I also loved the real sharp cover design that Steve McNiven provides. Read Full Review

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