There is certainly talent involved in Sea of Red. The recombinant DNA spliced together from disparate pop-cultural species shows a postmodern ingenuity for which the comics medium is perfectly suited. And Salgood Sam is a distinctive voice whose compositions-particularly the gorgeous moonlit night scene on page ten-virtually ooze soul. However, issue four suffers from a poor deployment of resources and heaviness of dialogue that mar its virtues. Perhaps the arrival in the next issue of artist Paul Harmon (creator of the exquisitely drawn Mora) will provide Sea of Red with an injection of new blood. Read Full Review
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