By Philip Schweier
Jun 28, 2017 - 4:49
To do this, she enlists the most unlikely of allies, which unbelievably – and I truly mean that – provides her the leads she needs to locate the murderer’s trail. But is the hunter, or the hunted?
I appreciate John Paul Leon’s artwork for its simplicity. He uses an economy of line to convey the details he needs, without a lot of unnecessary detail. It’s refreshing when compared to other artists who sometimes over-work their drawings. It’s unfair to call it rendering or4 design; it’s merely the most basic of drawing talent paired with patience. Leon’s work is the exact opposite; less becomes more.
Meanwhile, in our back-up feature yet another bat-themed vigilante arrives on the scene, but for how long? Gotham Radio may be close to unmasking the Dark Knight. I’m really enjoying the return of a back-up feature to comic books. More writers should be challenged to write in this compressed format, and compelled to deliver in a handful of pages what they may be accustomed to delivering in an entire comic.
I hope thought balloons aren’t far behind.