If theres one thing that might scare readers off from this book (besides the fact that Solo is a brilliantly conceived showcase for full artistic expression and much too good to sell well) its that Scotts new style may be a bit too bold and radical for the expectations of his casual DCU-reading fans. I see his graffiti art entries as more experimentation than ready to marry itself to a visually sequential story. The stories themselves arent overly strong, but Solos purpose is, on the whole, style over substance, or perhaps substance in style. Youre not buying a book about artists to see them write War and Peace. For what it is, its very bold and challenging and another great entry for the prematurely-cancelled Solo series. Read Full Review
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