Other than these minor details, the stories are woven quite well. The artwork has fantastic detail in it too. There are many scenes where sweaty faces are depicted quite well. Kurdy's freckles are frequently visible as are the lines of people's faces. Those familiar with my reviews know I am a sucker for the little details. Let's face it too this was all done by hand, no fancy computers helped out here. The general look of the artwork stands between real and cartoonish, leaning more towards real. There's a gritty sense to the artwork as well and considering the setting that's to be expected. If you get a chance to grab these books, do so. This is a classic piece of work that feels familiar and doesn't feel dated like many old science fiction stories do. Read Full Review
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