Marvel Knights: 4 #17

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Jim Muniz Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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DIVINE TIME PART 3 In the far past, in a reality that shouldn’t exist, the fight for the future rages on! Branded as outlaws and trapped in a pyramid of horrors- with no modern technology at their disposal, how will Reed, Sue, and Ben escape Ancient Egypt to stop the mad tyrant Ramades in the present? And where exactly is Johnny? Cut off from his teammates, can it be that his only hope for survival is…Doom?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 3, 2005

    This issue is Jim Muniz's most impressive issue to date, as he turns in some lovely work on this issue, from the visual spectacle when Johnny and the others storm Castle Doom, to the sense of wonder as Franklin makes his final page discovery. Now I will say that the panel layout was a bit disappointing, as Jim Muniz looks to be quite fond of the layered cake approach as the panels carry straight across the page, and the only visual change is that the number of panels varies from three to five. This in turn results in an issue that felt a little too structured, and the big impact moments have a rather uniform appearance about them. However, the scene where Johnny deals with Doom by flaming on manages to succeed in spite of this limitation, and Johnny's arrival scene in the lab is also quite impressive. The art also nicely captures the idea that even at a young age Reed's personality was firmly established, as Reed's expression as he considered the explanation he was given by his par Read Full Review

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