I’m giving this volume a B-. Story-wise, it’s on par with the previous volumes in the series, but artistically, it’s pretty much the pits until that Italian fellow shows up. That’s not until the last couple of stories though, so it almost doesn’t count. But fans of Turok or the Silver Age of Comics will no doubt find plenty of reason to stand up and cheer at the prospect of having these long-lost comics on their shelves in such handsome hardcover editions. Dark Horse has really done a great job archiving classic comic stories and reproducing them with such style and I’m glad to see it. I’m sure I’m not the only one. Read Full Review
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