Doctor Spectrum #6
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Doctor Spectrum #6

Writer: Sara "Samm" Barnes Artist: Greg Tocchini Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: March 30, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Joe Ledger must either take control of the alien presence that is haunting his memories or be destroyed by it. But does Joe have enough power to control the crystal? Or will it reject him and destroy his humanity in the process?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 12, 2005

    The missed shipping dates and the fact that Greg Tocchini provided the art for this final issue provides the sense that this miniseries ran into some problems. What really surprised me though was that editor Warren Simmons wasn't able to find a better match to the work of Travel Foreman. If this miniseries is ever collected in trade paperback then this shift in style on the last chapter will be quite jarring. Greg Tocchini's work has a decidedly more stylized approach and while there's a nice sense of energy to some sections of the book, the scenes where it's more of a mood piece aren't all that effective, as the art simply doesn't do all that good a job of selling the various emotions of the cast. The scene where Hyperion brings the ambulance to a halt also could have conveyed a greater sense of impact, as the vehicle looking like it floated into Hyperion's grasp rather than slamming into him at full speed. The scene where Joe wakes up also could have been delivered in a more dra Read Full Review

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