Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane Vol. 2 #3

Writer: Terry Moore Artist: Craig Rousseau Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Matthew J. Brady Oct 7, 2008

    Rousseau's art probably doesn't help; none of the characters stand out as a memorable design, and his tendency to draw Mary Jane as plain-looking with odd shadows under her eyes doesn't make her stand out as somebody we want to watch live her life. And the other characters don't come off that well either; the long, skinny necks look weird, and at several points, characters seen from the side have strangely-elongated faces and tiny foreheads. Guillem Mari's colors don't help either, often adding ugly, mottled computer-generated backgrounds that are probably supposed to evoke certain emotions, but don't make it past mild repulsion. It's not a very appealing-looking book, and combined with Moore's semi-boring writing, the whole thing comes off as average and pointless. Skip it, I say. Read Full Review

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