Nightcrawler #1
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Nightcrawler #1

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Darick Robertson Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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The X-Man known as NIGHTCRAWLER is a man with a foot in two worlds--one the daylight world of super heroes and super-villains, the other a netherworld of demons and angels, ghosts and monsters.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 6, 2004

    Darick Robertson turns in a solid looking bit of art, as he has a fine grasp on all the basic elements of comic art. From his delivery of the horrific opening scene, where the nightmarish component of the scene is largely spelled out by the guard's expression, to the impressive spectacle that we're treated to on the final page, as we see the villain's accomplice is done away with in a decidedly chilling manner. The art also does some great work on the a key scene where Nightcrawler realizes his presence in doing more harm than good, as the shared expressions of Kurt and the young child do a solid job of spelling out how big a mistake it was. There's also some nice action shots in this issue, as Kurt's power makes for a powerful visual, and I loved the shot where Kurt is putting on his Spider-Man impression. Greg Land also delivers a fantastic cover shot, as that's a poster worthy shot of the character. Read Full Review

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