Doctor Spectrum #2

Writer: Sara "Samm" Barnes Artist: Travel Foreman Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: September 29, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Figures from Joe Ledger's (aka Dr. Spectrum's) past continue to haunt him!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 7, 2004

    Travel Foreman's work reminded me of Gary Frank in the opening issue, but this issue this similarity isn't as apparent in this issue, as the art takes on a less detailed appearance during the scenes that are set within Joe Ledger's mind. Now there are some cute visual touches like the fact that the visual appearance of the bullies that torment a young Joe, as they bear a striking similarity to another group of bullies. There's also a nice visual sequence where we follow a series of images that effectively present the path of Hyperion's mental programming as they intrude upon Joe Ledger's dreams. Also while it's not terribly informative when it comes to the story inside, I do want to give the cover image full marks for managing to capture the idea that Joe Ledger is not a hero, as there's a sense that he's enjoying his position of power too much. Read Full Review

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