Review: Iron Man #1 - Comic Book Resources

The widescreen panels Land so readily deploys are given appropriate purpose, containing panoramas and cinematic action, rather than close-ups and talking heads. Land still produces stiff-postured figures and difficult-to-recognize characters, but it’s safe to say there are better storytelling fundamentals on display than in much of his usual work.

Damning with the faintest of praise. “Other than his stiff figures, lack of facility with acting, and inability to draw characters in a recognizable form, his art in this book is way better than it usually is.”