Neat Marvel board answers 'Ask an Artist ~ Patrick Zircher':
With some specifics about Terror, here:
-The cover definitely provacative. Is 'terroris' a real latin word?
-The opening flashback was lovely art! It's portrays their love effectively. In fact, appreciated attention to details is evident throughout the issue.
-Clever title. The title page challenged my dedication to this mini. Is this going to be too gratuitous gore and guts or appropriate to the story? Why, will I most likely, continue to the final issue of this title and not the last 2 of Foolkiller? Not sure the answer at this typing to be honest. Comments to the bloody action would warrant MANY 'shock' emoticons but with blood spurting out the facial cavities!
-Woah. Hmm. In lieu of a specific comment as to a specific comment about ALL the explicit scenes with women, here's an excerpt from the interview link above concerning the nudity:
Mr.Zircher: Terror Inc.
In issue 4, we are shooting for the most breasts ever drawn in a Marvel comic.
I will asked in an unbiased monotone, as per the old expression 'You can't have your cake and eat it too', does that mean we'll see any Marvel superheroine faves anytime soon?
-Really liked the magic arm turning on Talita there was a logic to the insanity of the curse. Not clear about her 3 trinket necklace origin. And hope to never read a question to her Void and the Sentry's in the same sentence except this one.
-Not sure whether to be impressed by Mr. Jigsawman's attention-grabbing wielding skill or revulsed by the bloody-perverse hacking skill. (And speaking of skills, why wasn't his nurse's body good enough as Talita-host?)
-The boat splash brought focus back to the 'big picture' quite suddenly. Unfortunately, after this point the sequencing was VERY unclear with Mrs. Primo until the end of the issue. It was very hard to read. On the other hand Mrs. Primo was worth the perserverance. In 4 issues, her character has intrigued me immensely. For some reason I do trust her. And to go back on my word above, she looks very distracting in lingerie .
-"...this is Chanel." Oh. Right. Comic. This line jarred me. Reminded me this was a Marvel comic and there'd probably be some good humor moments thrown in. There weren't anymore - but the break in the action worked. Gave me the option to go back to previous issues to figure out the chronological placement of 'Mr Harper' here. But I didn't...
-Unfortunately, had problem with the talking head again. It was a very entertaining plot device making good this-is-a-comic-book sense but reminded me how there's a annoying degree of illogic to Terror's live forever curse. Issue two developed the realism aspect of struggling from frog to cat to man to even function but here the skull has sufficient larynx and lungs to yak it up?
-Talita's psycho motives garner her some classic Marvel villain sympathy here.
-And speaking of psycho, this issue's motel scene ending gives that 'Psycho' movie with it's signature, disturbing, motel shower scene a run for it's money.
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