Anti-Hero #1

Anti-Hero #1

Writer: Jay Faerber Artist: Nate Stockman Publisher: Monkeybrain Comics Release Date: June 26, 2013 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 3
8.7Critic Rating
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Low-level mobster Callum Finney sees great opportunity when he discovers the secret identity of the super-hero Paragon.

  • 9.2
    IGN - Sebastian Mejia Jul 1, 2013

    On paper Finney and Henry seem diametrically opposed, but the best part of Stockman's art is that it highlights their shared struggles. Both characters are overwhelmed with stress: it shows in their faces and the way their shoulders hang just enough to show their growing weariness. It also provides the necessary pathos to keep Finney from being a character that isn't completely shameful. Stockman, along with colorist Paul Little, manages to keep a talking-heads issue lively through great use of body language, facial expressions, and bold coloring. If you have a dollar to spare, Anti-Hero #1 is definitely worth every penny. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Entertainment Fuse - Andrew Ziegler Aug 4, 2013

    Who will triumph in this game of wits? Will Paragon do Callum's bidding? Will he become "bad?" How far will he go to protect his identity, and therefore his family? How much can an unbreakable man bend? Anti-Hero #1 raises these questions and more, and I intend to keep on reading to get answers. Jay Faerber and Monkeybrain Comics have me hooked! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Project-Nerd - Matt Carter Apr 2, 2015

    With Anti-Hero, Faerber, Stockman, and Little come to the table with a freshly complex take on an overcrowded genre, and IDW's collected version is a great way to experience the book. Not without its flaws, the end result is still a satisfying story worthy of attention. Read Full Review

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