Wisdom #3

Writer: Paul Cornell Artist: Manuel Garcia Publisher: Marvel Max Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Dave Wallace Mar 2, 2007

    Other than that, Cornell writes some good jokes (well, mostly - check out that awful title) and some fun characters (I'm still enjoying the surreal novelty of the Skrull John Lennon, and Captain Midlands is becoming more interesting with every issue), developing the series' soap-opera elements towards the end of the issue with a scene which adds yet another portent of doom for the book's finale. I'm looking forward to seeing the various strands of the series come together, and whilst I would have liked a few more imaginative details from Cornell to make this issue-long fight scene a little more interesting, there's still a lot of obvious potential in the book. I'm sure I'll get used to Garcia and Farmer as the new art team, and perhaps their style will grow to suit the book slightly better as the series progresses. This is still a fun, mature fantasy title with a strong sense of its British identity, and I'm sure I'll continue to follow it for its final three issues. Read Full Review

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