I'm more than willing to admit that most of my disappointment with this issue stems from the simple fact that the book has decided to focus most of its energies on a overly familiar question, rather than the one that I consider to be infinitely more engaging. Now yes the idea of a science hero taking a ruthless stranglehold around the neck of the criminal community could make for an interesting time, but I have to ask why use a cast of science heroes who have been trapped in stasis for the better part of two decades if this premise is going to play such a seemingly small role in the material. It also doesn't help matters much that the hero who has gone too far is being so open about his criminal acts, as it's a bit difficult to accept the idea that the public would embrace a crime free city when the person responsible was openly vaporizing people in full view of witnesses. Read Full Review
Terra Obscura isn't without total merit. Yanick Paquette, Karl Story and Jeromy Cox do a splendid job of rendering the panels. Miss Masque and Carol look powerful and confident. This contrasts the fact that neither of them has a clue and are apparently inept weaklings. The illustrations of Miss Masque's more pleasant emotions when the girls catch up in a diner are particularly evocative. However, excellent artwork like boobies will only take you so far. Read Full Review
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