Review by: OliverTwist

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Avg Rating: 3.4
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Writer: Harlan Ellison
Artist: Alan Robinson
Cover: John K. Snyder III

Size: 32 pages
Price: 3.99

The final issue fleshed out a solid and entertaining short story. Harlan Ellison has crafted a story revolving around Devon, whom as an outcast discovers the truth about his villages existence. There are story events/ situations which made me ponder certain details, but the story never strays from it’s central idea. In the end the story is a great illustration of the power of comic book story telling. A compilation of these types of stories would make for a great graphic novel.

In the beginning ( the first issue), I wasn’t sure about Alan Robinson’s art work. After the 3rd issue my opinion of the art work had reversed itself. Although there a number of panels I craved to see further elaborated, the art didn’t distract from the pacing of the story. The art work is extremely strong in it ‘s expressions and designs. There is great attention to the lighting and rendering in the panels to my delight.

 Overall a good read.

Story: 3 - Good
Art: 3 - Good

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