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Is it deserving of it's 9+ score? Nope. Does that make it a bad comic? Nope. The world of Four Eyes is lively and engaging. I can't say that I'm enamored with the characters, but they work. Max Fiumara's art is unique and well-done. I recall a static panel here and there, but it doesn't hurt the comic much. Perhaps, my indifference to dragons has kept me from going gaga over Four Eyes, but it deserves what it gets.
7.8* out of 10*
That's practically what you gave that Deadpool book the other day. You definitely are concussed.
Frank Einstein wrote: That's practically what you gave that Deadpool book the other day. You definitely are concussed.
This definitely doesn't deserve the 3.93 average. The comic didn't pretend to be anything other than what it was and I enjoyed it. Pearson's art is over-the-top, but I have no beef with it. Keep in mind that I read the HC collection and that I got it from the library. It's not worth the dough, but it's far from terrible.
GLX wrote: I won't knock Fiumara's art. He's not a favorite of mine, but the man has talent.
I admit that the setting is interesting. Not my cup of tea, but interesting.
I'll admit that my indifference to dragons affected my score. They don't a damn thing for me.
They're not something that would draw me into a story, but that last spread of the two dragons in the arena is exactly what a spread should do. It's got spectacle, it's got a huge reveal and it's all lit up like Christmas on fire. Between that and How to Train... I think Dragons are the new pirates. Or should be.