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Shon C. Bury's Nox #1

Writer: Shon C Bury Artist: Allan Goldman Publisher: Narwain Publishing Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Deeley May 16, 2006

    Unless Bury gets more creative, or teams up with a better writer, I would not recommend this comic to anyone. Sorry Shon. Keep working on that PhD. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray May 12, 2006

    Unfortunately for the reader, the art is just as boring as the story itself. Allan Goldman and Ed Waysek provide nothing new, exciting, or unique here. Ths poses are standard, the faces are commonplace, and the use of panels as a pacing device is not very effective. I will say the voyeuristic spy-cam view was entertaining and the blurring effects used in certain places were effective, but these positives are not enough to keep the artwork afloat. If I flipped through this issue at my local comic shop, I wouldnt pick it up, mainly because there is nothing that really flies out at you or catches your attention. Really, the only thing to say about Nox #1 is that there is nothing new or exciting within the covers. And, for an independent comic book series trying to make a name in a great big sea of comics, that is a very bad way to start. Read Full Review

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