When Virgin Comics began its line of comics based on Indian mythology, this is the type of stuff everyone feared. But Virgin was able to avoid this level of quality by putting together professional-looking projects and taking the mythology in a new, intriguing direction. Arcana's "Rama, the Legend" falls into every trap Virgin avoided. It's a tonally inconsistent piece of ridiculousness, bound in the cloth of sincerity. It tries so hard to make this story "cool" for a 21st century Western audience and it fails in every way. It's only worth may be as a slice of camp absurdity, like those unintentionally hilarious educational films of the 1950s. Read Full Review
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