Everything in dialogue, movement and displays of power has been Dini's attempt at replicating a magician's distraction, and he succeeds. Madame Mirage is a clever variation on pulp heroes. Read Full Review
Kenneth Rocafort continues to provide some pretty pencils in the mighty Top Cow tradition. That is to say, every character is sleek, angular, and impossibly sexy. The book's most major flaw so far is that the villains are all two-dimensional cardboard cutouts. The fact that they all look like super models to boot doesn't help much. Dini still has some work to do as far as polishing his creator-owned series, but he's done enough to keep me hooked for the forseeable future. Read Full Review
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