thefourthman wrote:Johnny would be buff, he is a vain mofo...
I don't spend that much time analyzing the artistic choices of how fucking Reed Richards is drawn... I also stopped caring about DR FF at issue 3, so I had no problems with this book. However it will probably get a 6 or a 7 from me, which is real low for Hickman...
Well, it's hard not to when there are nearly 30 of him in this issue. You know I'm just kidding, but the only real issue I have with it is he simply doesn't look as pliable as drawn by Eaglesham here. I just don't get elastic from Reed's panels in this issue, and it's only in part because he's so thick.
The person most-underused in DR:FF and this issue is Sue--who is relegated to "doing everything [she] can to hold things together" on page 5 by putting a bubble around herself. Not very imaginative.
Yeah, I am somewhat intrigued to see where this is going, but have yet to be impressed by Hickman's superhero work--not that I didn't enjoy this book. But it has some flaws and weak plot points, like the Wizard's logical error.
As to Johnny Storm, he's kind of all over The Thing in this issue.
I haven't decided on a score.