Marvel Knights 4 #14

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Publisher: Marvel Knights Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 27, 2005

    Jim Muniz work is steadily improving by the issue, and while I still have some problems with elements of his art, such as the lack of background details, I have to say this issue his art does shows a decided improvement when it comes to it's delivery of the facial expressions, as the Puppet Master's enraged state is well presented, as is the sense of calm on Alicia face as she's sculpting the clay figurine of her stepfather. The art also offers up some cute little details, such as the fact that one of the Puppet Master's guard dogs bears an uncanny resemblance to the Little Rascals' mutt. However, the most important element of the issue, is that the story is told in a clear, easy to follow manner, and while there are moments where I felt the art could've conveyed a greater sense of urgency, it managed to avoid any moments of confusion. Plus, the big impact scene where Alicia uses the puppet she's made to attack her stepfather is really quite effective, thanks in large part to the art. Read Full Review

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