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Avg Rating: 4.2
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Story by Jonathan Hickman
Art by Olivier Coipel
Cover by Jim Cheung, Nick Bradshaw, & Olivier Coipel

Size: 0 pages
Price: 3.99

Communication and clarity. These are 2 of the important ingredients in running an office project or company campaign. Both of which are showcased in this book. The story highlights the shortcomings of communication in this 6th issue of twelve. The time jumps in this issue made me re-read the pages just to make sure that i didn’t skip or miss a page. 2 of the page turns (relating to scarlet witch and the other with Captain America) are the culprits. If it weren’t for this, the focus may have been a bit better. speaking of focus, the story seemed to have veered off to 3 different routes which could have used a little “focus” as what one of the character’s in the book implied. Regardless, Mr. Hickman’s work on the dialogue and characterization (or change there of) is well done. We can both feel simphaty and dread for Mr. Summer’s predicament.

The art by Mr. Copiel is very very clean and well made. Clarity is a strong suit of Mr. Copiel all the while not skipping on the details and intricacies of his art. Even with the standing and posing characters, there is a certain “life” and naturalness to them.

Quality Control: PASS. Solid issue and recommended read for the series fans. A bit confusing on some pages but not too glaring to hate.

Story: 3 - Good
Art: 4 - Very Good

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