Mitch Breitweiser

Drax the Destroyer 4 (February 2006)

Giffen does manage a couple nice plot twists for the last issue, but since he’s ending this series as a prologue to some other series… there’s not much closure. In fact, the lack of closure just points out what a strange book Drax has been. The human inhabitants–turned into slave labor–are dismissible. Giffen made two […]

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Drax the Destroyer 3 (January 2006)

Cute Doctor Who reference. Giffen also has a nice little moment where the “reality” of the Marvel Universe comes into play. There’s no way to call for help in a rural area to report an alien attack. The issue opens with the girl bantering with the Skrull, which is a fun scene, especially since Giffen […]

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Drax the Destroyer 2 (December 2005)

Giffen continues to impress on Drax. Besides having the two thug aliens for humor, there’s also the Skrull. The Skrull–and his dimwit sidekick–are very funny. Giffen goes beyond the humor though. He’s got some fantastic plot twists. The first one involves the girl, Cammi–actually, so does the second one. Giffen writes teenage girls well, apparently. […]

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Drax the Destroyer 1 (November 2005)

There’s so much sci-fi mumbo jumbo in this issue. So, so much. The first five pages or so are just Keith Giffen writing sci-fi babble for his alien characters. Then the comic starts. The sci-fi babble comes back a little later, but the comic’s strong enough it doesn’t annoy. It’s a great setup. An intergalactic […]

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