New Warriors #8

Writer: Kevin Grevioux Artist: Jon Malin Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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While the rest of the team puts flights and tights on hold for a deserved night off, Night Thrasher decides to do a little solo work. But while he might be prepared for heavily-armed thugs and even a heated encounter with his former flame, Silhouette, can he handle coming face-to-face with his first and greatest adversary? Enter: Midnight's Fire!

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Jan 18, 2008

    The writing in this issue is fantastic, the story is definitely picking up and there are some interesting dynamics going on with the team. Paco Medina is greatly missed on this issue, but will be back next month with #9. I really liked the story presented here and you should get this book if you like good writing. However, the artwork really took away from the overall quality of the issue. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Bin - Zak Edwards Jan 19, 2008

    Jon Malins art continues to be over-sexualized, especially concerning the female characters. How many people wear skin tight, glorified sports bras or school girl outfits to a family dinner with small children present? The female characters also all possess the same face, only coloured differently to distinguish between them. The male characters are depicted with more variation, but are still seen wandering around shirtless with pants leaving little to the imagination. Once again, Malin uses the close-up on a characters face much too often, up to three times on a single page, which causes the effect to lose any meaning. The art simply does not enhance the story-line, but rather distracts and brings down the quality of the book. Read Full Review

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