Sleeper Season Two #8

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Sean Phillips Publisher: Wildstorm Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 10, 2005

    Sean Phillips turns in a great looking issue as Miss Misery's night on the town has a delightfully sinister edge to it thanks in large part to the art, from the shock value of the panel where we see her help a old man across the street (Richard Widmark would be proud), to the even more unsettling scene where she ends the life of the cab driver. The art also does some nice work on capturing the idea that Miss Misery draws a great deal of pleasure from her actions, with her expression as she advances on the police officer being the perfect realization of this idea. The raw power of the sequence where she pays a visit to the tech team who had been monitoring her is also worth a mention, as the sheer terror of the two computer techs as they race for their escape route only to discover her waiting did a wonderful job of selling how dangerous she is. The final page also manages to offer up a series of images that nicely enhance the level of danger that Holden will encounter. Read Full Review

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