Once again, I'm willing to let the pros outweigh the cons of the issue, and relish every page of Smith's work. For those who haven't jumped on the bandwagon, I'd suggest getting your hand on the first collected edition, and then read this one right after. Rasl #5 is that good, and is worth the time and effort required to follow the series as it unfolds, earning the issue 4.5 out of 5 Stars. Read Full Review
With this issue, Jeff Smith has decided to reduce the page count to 24 in an attempt to keep the book on a bi-monthly schedule. The previous goal was to publish three issues a year with 32 pages each. I'm pleased with this move since the story is beginning to get even more complex and there's less of a chance of me forgetting details between issues when the turnover is quicker. Like Terry Moore's Echo, Jeff Smith is proving with RASL that he's got more exciting ideas as well as the talent to back them up. Read Full Review
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