The Spider-Man Project

Code of Honor 001

Posted by dave, March 30, 2008 at 7:09 pm · No Comments ·

Code of Honor 001Guns
Writer: Chuck Dixon
Painters: Tristan Shane, Brad Parker
Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos
Design: J. Marasigan
Front cover: Brad Parker
Back cover: Tristan Shane
Originally published: January 1997

Well, this is really obvious trying to recapture the glory of Marvels. Instead of the super-hero stuff told from the perspective of a regular joe reporter, we get the super-hero stuff told from the perspective of a regular joe cop. Unfortunately, it’s just not that interesting and it feels like it’s just recovering the same ground. The super-hero bit is all in the background and there’s not much of a story to it; the copy’s story line is completely unoriginal and two-dimensional. Some of the paintings are pretty good, but none of them really live up to what Alex Ross did in Marvels.

Rating:

XX___

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