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REVIEW: ‘Jupiter’s Legacy 2 #2′ keeps the ball rolling to greatness!

 
Jupiter's Legacy 2 #2
Jupiter's Legacy 2 #2
Jupiter's Legacy 2 #2

 
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Story by: Mark Millar
 
Art by: Frank Quitely
 
Colors by: Sunny Gho
 
Letters by: Peter Doherty
 
Cover by: Frank Quitely
 
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One of the most memorable comic book fights in recent memory; appropriate pacing; art really makes you feel like you're looking at something really big


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If you haven’t been reading Jupiter’s Legacy yet then do yourself a favor and start reading this comic as it’s another piece of proof on how Mark Millar‘s writing is great in each new title. Picking up where where the first issue, Jupiter’s Legacy 2 #2 left off, Mark Millar appropriately keeps the ball rolling in […]

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Posted August 6, 2016 by

 
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Jupiter's Legacy 2 #2

If you haven’t been reading Jupiter’s Legacy yet then do yourself a favor and start reading this comic as it’s another piece of proof on how Mark Millar‘s writing is great in each new title.

Picking up where where the first issue, Jupiter’s Legacy 2 #2 left off, Mark Millar appropriately keeps the ball rolling in this issue. The ball being getting Repro out of imprisonment. From there, it goes straight to what I consider one of the most memorable fights in recent comic book history and then with the proper pacing going into the next event.

The art team continues to deliver here as well. Frank Quitely does the action nicely and a thing to note about his sceneries is that they always feel big because of how the details don’t look noisy which directs your attention in everything in one panel besides the characters. And speaking of characters, a thing to take note of is how Repro looks a bit like Freddie Mercury or Dominic Cooper from certain angles. Sunny Gho compliments all of Quitely’s work as well especially in the sceneries I mentioned on how they look big.

Proving to be a continuous hit, Jupiter’s Legacy 2 #2 progresses the story properly as it continues to hook readers with how large-scaled it feels thanks to Millar’s ever growing amazing work done beautifully by Frank Quitely and Sunny Gho’s art that somehow makes you forget that you’re reading about a bunch of super villains going up against super heroes.


Carlos Alcazaren

 


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