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Captain Gravity and the Power of the Vril #1

Writer: Joshua Dysart Artist: Sal Velluto Publisher: Penny-Farthing Press Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Aug 6, 2004

    Equally impressive is the artwork by Sal Velluto and Bob Almond. Originally Keith Martin and Rober Quijano did a superb job illustrating the good Captain's origin adventure, but Velluto and Almond aren't slouches. The Velluto and Almond artwork gave Justice League Taskforce, the more intelligent, better-written version of Justice League Elite, a reason to exist. They helped make Black Panther proud, and though the make rare appearances in the comic book world, those appearances are always welcome. The team's artwork bestows to the pages a very unique look to Captain Gravity. All the characters appear lanky and well-nourished. Muscle spreads through the genders and independent of skin color. Velluto and Almond indeed often seem to be following Don Newton's footsteps. This school attendance creates a beautiful comic book experience. Read Full Review

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