The comic is a decent enough purchase for the central story, but really won me over with its wealth of added value material at the back of the issue, where a letters page fights for space with a back-up strip entitled Worlds worst roommates, a column by Melbourne and some fun character profiles and interviews: an exemplary effort for a book with very few ads and a cover price of less than $3. The titles website, also provides loads of tie-in material, creator profiles, previews of upcoming issues and more in-character "interviews" (the latest features a fun exchange between the two leads about Marvels Civil War). All this extra effort just goes to show what a labour of love the book must be for Melbourne & co., and it makes it very difficult to get too hung up on the titles faults. Do I think its the greatest book on the stands? No, but Archenemies deserves to be given a chance as much for the sheer amount of effort and hard work which is evident throughout the book as for t Read Full Review
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