Monday, May 17, 2010
Broken Frontier Reviews Broken Trinity: Pandora's Box #2
This issue features a lot of grand action and was overall a visual treat. Artist Alessandro Vitti really stepped it up. His depiction of Finn and Silver’s powers is much more dynamic than it was in the first issue. The radiating energy and scorching fires seem much realer and really pop off the page. His figures and layouts are also very dramatic and interesting, even during dialogues. I especially appreciated his treatment of the early sequence where Silver and Finn speak. As the scene takes place in Japan, the blowing grass and dueling atmosphere of the field they’re in is a great touch. Both the backgrounds and the people throughout this issue had a very organic quality which helped make the story more engaging.
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