Marvels: Eye of the Camera 6 (April 2010)

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Okay, so Busiek doesn’t pull it off, not saving the whole series, not even saving the whole issue, but when he has the chance to be a right cheap bastard and have the mutant girl be a hallucination of a dying cancer patient… he doesn’t do it. He doesn’t do the M. Night Shyamalan ending. He does the work instead.

The ending doesn’t work–we never find out the title of the new book the protagonist was working on and there’s this whole emphasis on his concern for mutant rights–which started an issue ago, certainly not through the whole series–but most of the issue does.

Marvels: Eye of the Camera is a piece of shit. The only issue worth a cent, much less three hundred and ninety-nine of them, is this last one. It could have been a one shot. Would have been better as one too.

CREDITS

Closing the Book; writers, Kurt Busiek and Roger Stern; artist, Jay Anacleto; colorist, Brian Haberlin; letterers, Richard Starkings and Comicraft; editors, Lauren Sankovitch and Tom Brevoort; publisher, Marvel Comics.

0 thoughts on “Marvels: Eye of the Camera 6 (April 2010)”

  1. Wow, passion. Dag nab it, you really get into it on this new stuff. Like I said, I never read the original Marvels, but perhaps Busiek hasn’t much new to say these days? The also ran fact that it was months between the release of #4 & 5?

    I hear Jay Anacleto is a dentist in the Philippines for his straight job,

    maybe that’s why it took so long. At least the last issue made it worth reading…

    But then this series was so poorly marketed by Marvel I don’t think the regulars noticed…

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