Villains For Hire #2

Villains For Hire #2

Writer: Dan AbnettAndy Lanning Artist: Renato Arlem Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 4, 2012 Critic Reviews: 3
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It's a twisty and vicious super criminal clash as two of the nastiest crews go to war! Has Misty Knight finally gone bad? Featuring cult faves like Avalanche, Shocker, Tiger Shark and Scourge!

  • 9.0
    Outer Realm Comics - Charles Joy Mar 8, 2012

    Either way, I think this flowed nicely from the last issue, keeping up the pace and is heading in the right direction to finish in another two issues. Not saying that everything will be resolved, but the plot seems to be on course and just the right amount of detail has been spilled onto the pages of both issues so far. I look forward to the continuation and conclusion of this mini-arc. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 6, 2012

    Renato Arlem and Jay David Ramos provide numerous enjoyable scenes, but the moment that stands out for me occurs in the so-called Bar with No Name. Headhunter, a minor Namor villain, busts out some cool steps, which of course can be attributed to the illusion of movement that Arlem imbues. It's a pity she's not hero, because those actions are really worthy of applause. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Jan 4, 2012

    It surely is not easy to draw a fight between Stilt-Man and Bushmaster – who both have long, extendable, twisting limbs – yet Renato Arlem does a great job. He is tasked with moving the story forward at an alarming pace, but he manages to keep it coherent and intuitive throughout. He also keeps the visuals realistic and detailed, which is a hard thing to do considering he was tasked with drawing a man with a shark fin on his head sitting on the couch next to a girl in a hot pink strapless top. Read Full Review

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