Marvel Knights: 4 #9

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Jim Muniz Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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FROZEN PART 2 As the mercury continues to plummet, Reed and Namor's conflict escalates further, catching Sue in the crossfire. Will these longtime rivals be able to put aside their differences to help Johnny and a team of rescuers locate a woman's lost son? Or will their city-spanning battle end in final checkmate?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 1, 2004

    It's hard not to be disappointed with the art on this series as Steve McNiven brought a wonderful sense of style, not to mention some highly detailed work, and this has been replace by art that is pretty average by comparison. Now Jim Muniz tells the story in a clear enough fashion, but there's nothing about that really grabs the eye, and there are moments where the art comes across as having difficulty conveying the key emotional moments of the story, with the scene where the body of the child is handed to his mother being the most notable example of this weakness. I will give the art credit for it's big impact shots though, as the one page shot of Reed and Namor that opens the issue is a solid image to grab the readers, and Johnny gets a nice arrival scene. Read Full Review

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