Tuesday, July 06, 2004

Review revue: Publishers Weekly (subscription required) isn't impressed with The Ultimates: Homeland Security:

"Millar’s story plunges onward, but the characterization is curiously flat, even with the quirks and frailties he’s given the cast. In the end, this new world of unyielding heroes is just as two-dimensional as the corny do-gooders of yore that they’re replacing. Every era needs its own stereotypes, however, and these certainly fit the bill."

However, the magazine was kinder to Elfquest: The Searcher and the Sword and Drawn and Quarterly Showcase: Book Two.