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Easily, the most disappointing thing about Adventure Comics #7 is that there's no Francis Manapul on art duties. If you're like me then you'll sigh, remember his beautiful art, and long for Manapul. That's not a slight on Travis Moore or anyone else who inked and colored the art, but Manapul is one of the best artists out there. The art is good, but it's only natural that I'm going to compare it with who just worked on the book. As for the story, well, it's an effective tie-in. It takes...7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Like most people I was worried that with the departure of Johns and Manapul the quality of this title would suffer.With this issue at least those concerns have proved to be unfounded.Tony Bedard is a very talented writer who has been doing great work on R.E.B.E.L.S. and is tipped to replace Tomasi on Green Lantern Corps,Travis Moore doesn't disappoint either with his pencils.There's no doubt the distinctive art style of Manapul was a big draw but Moore,although very different, renders his pages ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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