Supreme Power #14

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Gary Frank Publisher: Marvel Max Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 5, 2005

    Gary Frank turns is a very impressive show as this issue is pretty much a big brawl between Hyperion and the serial killer, and how can one not be impressed by the big impact moments that this chapter offers up, from the sheer spectacle of the opening shot where Hyperion slams down on the killer, to the horror of the scene where Hyperion discovers there are people inside the cars that the killer is throwing at him. There's also a great aftermath shot as Hyperion looks down at the remains of the battlefield to see the bodies that litter the ground below. In fact there are some images in this issue that I found to be a little too extreme, such as the panel where the killer has an entire family skewered on a metal rod. In the end though the art did exactly what it needed to, and that was to sell the idea that this killer needed to be taken down by any means necessary, and the art did such an effective job of it that I was must confess I was a little disappointed when the Blur decided the Read Full Review

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