Nightcrawler #6

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Darick Robertson Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Some angry ghosts with unfinished business are wreaking havoc in the New York subways, and only Nightcrawler can meet them on their own terms--in the dark!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 8, 2005

    A cover by Greg Land is always a welcome touch, but it's even better when the cover is related to the action that one finds inside the issue, and Nightcrawler's ghostly opponents are well presented on the cover. The interior art in the opening pages is very nice as Kurt narrowly avoids the various attacks. It's actually quite easy to believe that these ghosts are actually a genuine threat. The art also manages to do some nice work on the little moments, like Kurt's various expressions as he tries to figure out what the deal is. In fact, the art did such an effective job of conveying Kurt's befuddled state that I was a little disappointed when the story made the solution so easy to figure out, as Kurt really should have been able to put the pieces together without Amanda's help. There's also a nice quiet little moment on the final page, as Christine comes to realize that Kurt isn't looking to be anything more than friends. Read Full Review

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