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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: The Shrinking Man #2

 
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Overview
 

Story by: Ted Adams
 
Art by: Mark Torres
 
Colors by: Tomi Varga
 
Letters by: Robbie Robbins
 
Cover by: Mark Torres
 
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4/ 5


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Raves


Good amount of suspense and focus on Scott's time before being completely shrunken

Rants


Art feels off at times


To sum it all up..

The Shrinking Man #2, by Ted Adams and Mark Torres, continues the success that was delivered in the first issue with only a slight change-up in the story pattern. The story kicks off with how the first issue ended with Scott’s main struggle of getting crackers only to find out that it’s ruined by the basement’s water. Once […]

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Posted September 3, 2015 by

 
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The Shrinking Man #2, by Ted Adams and Mark Torres, continues the success that was delivered in the first issue with only a slight change-up in the story pattern.

The story kicks off with how the first issue ended with Scott’s main struggle of getting crackers only to find out that it’s ruined by the basement’s water. Once again Ted Adams’ writing here is good especially with how much suspense the story has. What’s different in this second issue is that most of the suspense is more focused on the parts before Scott’s completely shrunken state.

Mark Torres’ art once again delivers as well on how his characters blend well with the stressful tone of the story as well as Tomi Varga’s coloring also complimenting Torres’ work again though in some panels Torres’ use of inking somehow didn’t seem to match the scenario.

Overall, The Shrinking Man #2 greatly continues the success by giving this issue a similar story pattern to the first but focuses more on Scott’s journey to becoming completely shrunken this time around.


Carlos Alcazaren

 


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