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|Length: 178 pages||Age Level: 16 and up||Grade Level: 11 and up|
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- Publication date : May 16, 2012
- Print length : 178 pages
- Publisher : Oni Press (May 16, 2012)
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- File size : 64356 KB
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00LOV2DOA
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Reading this actually answered one of my questions from the movie. I never understood why Lorraine gave the coroner wrong numbers.
I know there's a lot to GNs: planning/storyboarding the panels, choosing the right style, inking the panels, editing--same work, maybe more, as with a novel. CC/AB should have been drawn with more care, more detail, more power--by someone like Stan Lee (rather than, say, Mort Walker!) This whole thing is lazily, skimpily drawn, relying on black & white shadows of almost indistinguishable images. No crosshatching, no grays, no depth, no detail. Huge disappointment. The movie was great.