If you absolutely adore rare Golden Age stories, this is your book. Similarly, if you've had little or no exposure to the foundation upon which modern comics are based, it's worth your while. You'll get some proto-typical Wolverton, some neat and clean Shores, several panels of glowing Carreno, and some not so special Simon. You'll also get rather more of Stan the Man's vintage dialogue than you might otherwise desire, but it's harmless. There are no great highs and no terribly deep lows to be found. It all manages to average out. Straczynski's book, on the other hand... definitely worth a look. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.