Beethovenís ninth symphony is his last and strongest symphony, the culmination of all his previous works. There is a finality to it and a freedom to that finality.
-- Kabuki: Metamorphosis #9
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Daredevil #51 Review
From's review of Daredevil #51:
Mackís work here is experimental, edgy, and yet profound and breathtakingly gorgeous. The art and script are in symbiosis, as most of the words are painted into the pages, framing around the illustrations. He uses pencils, inks and paints, mixing them with fabrics and pages torn from books. His script reads like poetry, combining standard comic book dialogue panels with a sort of Greek chorus of Sergio Aragones-style doodles that fill the pages, and our heads, with a wall of voices. The information is almost overwhelming at times, though we never actually hear a single word, much like Echo herself.

Daredevil #51 Review
From's review of Daredevil #51:
It has become a true rarity these days to find a piece of artwork like this, that breaks away from the traditional comic page format and yet is still understandable and easy to follow.

Daredevil #51 Review
From's review of Daredevil #51:
Here, Mack combines childish doodle work, illustrating Echoís naivety, with his usual painted imagery. He outlines objects with texts, swirls abstract backgrounds around photo realistic pictures, and slaps panels haphazardly within other panels. His work is startling, unlike any other in comics today.

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