You know, when John Byrne said Hispanic women with dyed hair looked like whores or whatever, I figured he knew how to draw Sue Storm to look like a chick instead of a John Byrne dude with a crappy haircut. I grew up on Man of Steel so I think I always gave Byrne a bit of the benefit of the doubt, but his work on this issue of Fantastic Four is terrible.
I mean, his figures and his action are fine, but his faces? Johnny Storm looks more like a kid than Franklin Richards. Franklin and the Power Pack (wow, if that doesn’t sound like a gay porno, what does?) appear to be dwarfs of approximately forty-years of age. It’s laughable. And Franklin hanging with a tough-looking My Little Pony? Whatever.
The writing’s way too expositional and the issue seems, well, “decompressed.”
The dialogue’s pretty lame too.
Inwards to Infinity!; writer and penciller, John Byrne; inker, Jerry Ordway; colorist, Glynis Oliver; letterer, John Workman; editors, Michael Higgins and Mike Carlin; publisher, Marvel Comics.