New Warriors #6

Writer: Kevin Grevioux Artist: Paco Medina Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 3
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With one team-member dead, and another in the ICU, a distraught Night Thrasher disbands the New Warriors. But will Jubilee take this lying down? Meanwhile, Detectives Sykes and Givens discover the terrifying secret of who's really behind the new New Warriors.

  • 6.5
    Comic Book Bin - Zak Edwards Dec 18, 2007

    Paco Medina originally was bothering me with his incredibly disproportionate depictions of women, and while it is still there, it is definitely toned down. His conveyance of emotion is not as effective this issue either, adding to some problems already in the script. Paco Medinas pencils have been improving with the series but encountered a few problems this issue while still remaining fairly good. The character of Phaser, who just had his sister killed, has his goggles on for the entire issue, hiding his eyes completely. This makes him appear bug-eyed the entire time and one cannot see him grieving, rather, he is simply frowning. The male cop has the same expression for the entire issue as well, which may be more appropriate as he is a hard type of character, but it is not effective. But other than these discrepancies, Medinas art is well done and fits many aspects of the story very well. His characters are animated but not cartoon looking, striking an appropriate balance. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Dec 12, 2007

    Only giving it a Check It because you might be curious as to who all the characters are and who Night Thrasher really is. Otherwise, it was rather disappointing considering how good the last couple issues have been. Read Full Review

  • 3.4
    IGN - Bryan Joel Dec 12, 2007

    The most disappointing part of New Warriors is that some of the concepts are quite strong, they're just carried out ineptly. I suspect with a different writer New Warriors would have been a success -- or at least readable. As it stands, the first six issues fail to inspire me to care one way or the other about the characters. Read Full Review

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