Sleeper Season Two #10

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Sean Phillips Publisher: Wildstorm Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 7, 2005

    I have to give the art full marks for its cover, as while it's a rather simple image, it does a lovely job of selling the idea that Holden is in serious trouble, and that someone has taken a strong dislike toward him. As for the interior art there's a wonderful action sequence in the opening half of the issue as Grifter finds himself surrounded by a small army of agents who are looking to take him down, and how can one not but be impressed by the show that Grifter puts on during his escape attempt? The art also does some lovely work of capturing the film noir setting that this story takes place, as while it's not important to the overall story, I loved the look of the page where Holden is making his way through the city on his way to his meeting with Miss Misery. There's also a great reveal moment of Peter Grimms lying in wait, and the ensuing attack does an amazing job of conveying the sheer intensity of the attack. The shot of Holden after Miss Misery has thrown him out the windo Read Full Review

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