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To Arcane's Castle! 0

Among the many good titles in the New 52, this is one of the best in my opinion.What made this number very good were all the special appearances, that include Hawk, Dove, Deathstroke, Grifter, etc (all "zombified"). It also had some great battles and lots of blood and "human" organs flying around.Pugh's art is good, but nothing amazing, as it has its ups and downs. The pencilling looked quite "lazy" at some points, even though it was quite good in the battle scenes. Buddy's facial expressions of...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Animal Man #14 Review 0

I admit, I dropped Animal Man after Issue #12. However, after hearing good things about the Rotworld arc, I decided to go back and purchase the Zero Issue along with the previous issue and this issue. What a wise decision I made!Rotworld was just the shot in the arm that was needed to move Animal Man along. Don't get me wrong, Animal Man is a series that has very strong characterization and premise. Yet, it felt like the wheels on the plot were spinning the few issues before this crossover began...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Visually Rotting 0

I don't know what it is, but Animal Man hasn't felt the same since Rotworld began. Well ok, I kind of know what it is, and that's Steve Pugh's artwork. It's strange, he's had to do LESS pages since Rotworld began now that Timothy Green II's handling the 'present day' storyline, but it feels like he's gotten LAZIER instead of more detailed in the pages he does. Beast Boy's face tends to look super awkward, the background are more empty, yet make things feel crowded with dull colors, and much of t...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Animal Man #14 0

THE GOOD: Steve Pugh does a great job at keeping up the sketchy and craziness well. Assisted with Timothy Green II the change in art is almost unnoticeable. The action drawn in this issue is crazy and wild. The backgrounds that they draw really make the world look destroyed and ravaged and it really contributes to the feeling of the book. The story is more focused on action but we do get to see a lot of new things on Maxine's side of this. Buddy and the other survivors seeking refuge in the Red ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Constantine without Silk Cuts 0

Though I like Lemire depict of Animal Man, the pace of this issue was so dragged, nothing really happened and I totally understand the reasons, because this issue is right in the middle of the events, working as a bridge to the last issue and the coming one (which I hope will have more action). The thing that bothered me the most is the fact that NOW Arcane wants to kill Buddy: why not when he was vulnerable and weak in the Rot? Also, why spare Maxine, when since the beginning Arcane wanted to s...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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