Doctor Spectrum #3

Writer: Sara "Samm" Barnes Artist: Travel Foreman Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: October 27, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The government searches for a way to solve the Hyperion problem, as Dr. Spectrum continues to struggle with his skeletons in his closet!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 10, 2004

    Travel Foreman's work strikes me as becoming less detailed as the miniseries moves along, and it doesn't help that the action that is set within the mind of Joe Ledger is set within a featureless void. The art also seems to struggle with the concept of body language, as his characters are unnaturally stiff, and the range of emotion that is reflected using the character's facial expressions is also a bit limited. Now the story is full of serious minded characters, so I don't expect a wide range of emotions, but there's only so many times the art can offer up the close-up shot of the steely-eyed stare before it becomes a boring visual. Still, I will give the art credit for its work on the scene where the crystal reacts to the attempt at surgically removing it from Joe Ledger's body, as it's a great display of the raw power that the crystal is capable of. Read Full Review

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