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The Invisibles, Vol. 1 by Grant Morrison
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Oct 27, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: comics-sequential-art
Read from October 22 to 30, 2011

So I really like the story and characters and whole idea of it. The artwork is good for the first chapter, but then honestly becomes suddenly horrible in the second chapter. They must have replaced the artist who did the first chapter with a person who just can't draw. I mean we're talking consistently over-sized heads, arms that make no sense, bodies and figures that are out of proportion and just painful to look at-- some frames are just so awful you wonder if the penciler or the inker or both were just asleep for it. If not for this huge dip in the quality of the artwork, I'd have given it 5 stars for being readable and enjoyable and interesting. I think it's still all of these things, just the quality-slag in the art creates an unfortunate distraction.

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