Title: Iron Man #14
Writer: Daniel Knauf
Penciler: Patrick Zircher
Reviewed by Tony Mourlot and Trachman
Tony Mourlot: This was part two of Iron Man’s Civil War tie-in. The first part ended with tragedy striking Happy Hogan. What did you think of this issue’s stroy Trachman?
Trachman:I really enjoyed it. Tony holds Hap’s life in his hands, and Pepper is telling him to pull the plug. So, The story has me quite intriged, and the supporting characters are interesting. The Knaufs are crafting a great Civil War tie-in. What you think about it, Tony?
Tony Mourlot: I really liked it. I enjoyed how the story was told from Sue Storm’s perspective as she follows Tony waiting for an opportunity to talk to him. I’m glad they aren’t making Tony out to be the villain he has become in every other Marvel title. At least here, they are showing the reasoning behind Tony’s thinking. The last scene with Happy in the hospital was very sad. I’m surprised Tony honored Pepper’s request because he was so adamantly against it earlier in the issue. What did you think of the art in this issue?
Trachman: It was really amazing. Zircher did a really great job with the battle at Yankee Stadium. His Luke Cage and Spidey were great. And he showed a lot of with his expression, esspecially, when Sue confronted Tony. What’d you think?
Tony Mourlot: I agree. I love Zircher’s work. His characters look great as well as his backgrounds. I miss him being the penciler for Cable and Deadpool. The action scenes were very well done here.
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Posted originally: 2007-01-01 22:34:59
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