Wednesday, April 01, 2009

CBR Review: Seaguy: Slaves of Mickey Eye #1

I recently reviewed Seaguy: Slaves of Mickey Eye #1 for CBR and, in the process, wrote the following sentences: "Morrison and Stewart are in top form here. Morrison throws out dozens of insane, off-the-wall concepts that Stewart draws with seeming ease. However, the mad ideas are just the window-dressing for what looks to be another story focusing on Seaguy’s growth to maturity. A large part of Seaguy’s unease comes from Stewart’s art, which captures the struggling teenage-like mind of Seaguy as he comes to grips with who he is and the world around him. It’s rare to see a character’s eye have a longing need behind them, but Stewart gets that across."

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