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Shark-Man #1

Writer: Ronald Shusett Artist: Stephen Pugh Publisher: Thrillhouse Release Date: January 2, 2008 Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jul 29, 2006

    Pithily written as a pure pulp adventure and painted with a sense of texture, color and natural movement, Shusetts' and Pugh's Shark-Man has a tremendous bite. Read Full Review

  • 6.2
    IGN - Richard George Jan 5, 2008

    I've said multiple times, and read it countless others, that originality is overrated. The telling of stories original or not is what matters. Shark-Man doesn't do either well until the last minute. If you're willing to spend $3.50 on a Batman/Waterworld concept that doesn't really provide a strong moment until the last couple pages, then by all means check this out. It's also worth a peek for the excellent painted art. Despite that, I'd advise most of you to definitely wait and see or possibly not bother at all. Read Full Review

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