Man-Size (man_size) wrote,

Omnicomic reviews The Fox #1

"The Fox bounds through the pages with a litheness captured beautifully by Haspiel. He demonstrates an adeptness at rendering characters rife with bulging muscles and sharp, angled faces. Patton seems to be most comfortable as The Fox (despite his pangs of retirement) and Haspiel demonstrates him as such. Various poses by The Fox in particular cut sharply against the backdrops of the city and Haspiel's portrayal of a fight against a seemingly invisible foe sells the disadvantage for The Fox."

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