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    Reviews - Cyberforce - #1

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1992, read in 2013 - Nawfalq
So this issue #1 was published by Image Comics in 1992. I finally read it today, in 2013. Part of this is because I have been interested in the new Top Cow/Image re-boot of this title. I went back to the beginning - which was quite easy because I haven't read anything of this series at all.

This issue has a good story. I am intrigued and want to know more. The art is very obviously early-90's style. I'm personally very glad we moved away from that style, but it was a bit fun to be seeing it now. The script is a little basic. Did we talk like this back in 1992? Does it seem a bit dumbed-down? None of these characters are Shakespearean. That's ok, I think. But it kind of feels like B-level X-Men.

Some frames are throw away frames - just there for pretty art or page filler. Other areas needed a little more effort - too much is tossed at the reader at once. Some of this should have been more gradually introduced. Overall, intriguing enough and representative of the era.



The Start - JackBravo69
A pretty good comic which really has me hooked and anxious to read the rest of the series. Nice art, really great lines and a cast of characters than even though obviously inspired by the x-men show enough diversity to be interesting on their own. Ripclaw and Striker seem really cool as does impact. Oh and btw, some really hot chicks too. Ballistic and Cyblade are very very hot lol.




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