Review of Defenders: Beyond #1: See The Slight Of Hand

Review of Defenders: Beyond #1: See The Slight Of Hand

Al Ewing and Javier Rodriguez do the trick to put enough wrinkles in the comic''s "getting the team together," that it is fresh. An unquestionable taco reading helps introduce the recruits, whether they are willing or not.

A reader is amazed at how many people can imagine in this issue: Where is the most interesting place a conversation can take place? In this issue, Blue Marvel is a building in which Rodriguez reveals the alienity of the deep dark sea outside the building, despite the colorful colors and the visual bombast inside the building. Ewing and Rodriguez are sure to find everything comfortable while sharing the information on the board. My favorite page from the issue is a splash page, which shows Blue Marvel to new readers while Rodriguez runs wild in the

At least for now, Ewing is good at cosmic scale stories, and Rodriguez is an adept artist with a keen eye, like Marcos Martin. Bottom line: is a #1 that makes me want to read more from this team. We have a preview of the issue here. Odds are the reveal will not surprise you, but you never know.

AL Ewing and Javier Rodriguez follow up their acclaimed DEFENDERS: THERE ARE NO RULES series with a new volume and an all-new lineup, including Loki, God of Stories! When Doctor Strange sends a harsh warning from beyond the grave, Blue Marvel, America Chavez, Taaia (Galactus'' mom!) and Tigra join forces to defend reality itself! Plus, you won''t believe who appears on the final page!

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