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Eli Katz wrote:I had trouble reading this. It's not my kind of book, and I don't care about the characters at all.
The art is not as bad as most of you say. It's competent and, in some places, rather good. But it is not consistent. The book start of strong. The first splash page is detailed and dynamic, but halfway through, the backgrounds seem to disappear and the characters end up inhabiting a lot of empty space. The worst pages are the ones with the blood splatter panels. It's as though the artist was running out of time and decided ink sprays over a face would suffice as storytelling.
consistency is my strongest criteria for art when looking at it critically. Style is completely subjective, consistency and storytelling are the most objective qualities a comics art can have.