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The Weatherman Vol. 1


Apr 05, 2019 Issue #65 - Mitski and boygenius Bookmark and Share

Collecting the first six issues of the series by writer Jody LeHeup, artist Nathan Fox, and colorist Dave Stewart, The Weatherman scratched our sci-fi/action/adventure itch better than anything has since Schwarzenegger’s big-screen heyday. But Fox’s artwhich is like a more frantic Paul Pope, maybeis so much better to look at than the Governator. And LeHeup’s story, which concerns a man who, at least to start, is a weatherman on Mars, where the bulk of the surviving human race seems to liveis densely packed with more intrigue, characters, factions, and twists than most movies could dream of pulling off.

When Nathan Bright’s world is shaken with revelations that he may have ties to the worst terrorist attack in history, the reader is sent with him on a wild, high-octane ride; the synergy between the story, line art, and colors is so very on point here. One of the more pleasurable slam-bang comics reading experiences we’ve had in quite a while. (

Author rating: 8/10

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April 5th 2019

No me siento de acuerdo con esta calificación de 8/10 pienso debería ser 4/10 no me gustó tanto