Supreme Power #13

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Gary Frank Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: November 24, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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9.0User Rating

In their first adventure as a team, Hyperion, Blur and Nighthawk -- the newly formed Squadron -- encounter a super-powered serial killer! But will they live long enough to stop him?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 7, 2004

    One of the most powerful cover images that I've come across this year, as how can one not get the sense that Nighthawk is in serious trouble when one looks at this cover. As for the interior art, Gary Frank's work is a little stiff looking at times, and there are times when the art looks a bit rushed (e.g. the scene where Doctor Spectrum powers up). However, for the most part his art holds up quite well as there's an impressive level of detail on the page, and the big impact moment is the final pages where Nighthawk becomes captive of the super-powered serial killer is a wonderfully intense sequence thanks largely to the abruptness of the initial attack. The visual impact of the final page is also a great final page image, as one can't help but hum the Mighty Mouse theme as Hyperion rockets toward the scene. The smoke effects used during the scenes in Hyperion's apartment were also a nice touch, though the art could've sold it more by showing the two men adversely affected by the smoke Read Full Review

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