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Author Biography: For over 12 years, David Quinn has been contributing prolific amounts of writing to the comic-book industry, both in developing mini-series for top publishers and in the creation of his own properties. Quinn is currently working on several creator-owned projects for comics and film, and his first produced screenplay, Faust: Love of the Damned, debuted last year at the Sitges Festival in Spain. Quinn's first work with Dark Horse Comics is the mind-bending sci-fi spectacular Witchblade/Aliens/Darkness/Predator: Mind Hunter, co-published in summer 2001 by Dark Horse and Top Cow Comics.
Posted December 4, 2001
Truly an example of poor writing, storytelling, plot. The dialogue is pathetic; what's supposed to pass as clever banter between Jackie and Sara comes off as plain stupid (and non-related to the events at hand...if you can understand the events, that is.) The plot is a half-hashed attempt to get Alien, Predator, Witchblade, and Darkness in the same comic. It has very little cohesiveness, almost NO explanation for the events occurring (often times action scenes are not depicted just stated, 'The van was incinerated, it must have been a predator.') Not to mention this comic is almost painful to read due to the almost 0 flow factor from panel to panel and scene to scene. The only redeeming factor of this book is the somewhat decent artwork. Occassionally it's even pleasant to look at, but most of the time the characters are just deformed. The only acceptable aspect is the coloring. Summary: Pathetic book, buy Darkness and Witchblade comic compilations instead.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.