Additionally: perhaps accidentally, perhaps on purpose and perhaps a sly oxymoronic combination of the two, the entire comic syncs up rather well with the latter half of the first disc of M83′s Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. That can't be more than pure coincidence, but it works out well regardless. Read Full Review
Gabriel Ba is also in fine form with this issue. The imagery is getting progressively more surreal with each new chapter, and that says something coming off of an issue with samurai panda warriors. Cris Peter's colors also bring a lot to the table. Peter frequently shifts from full color to a more old-school Casanova, monotone approach to highlight certain panels. It's no surprise that Peter's work earned the series an Eisner nomination today, although it really deserved more than one. Read Full Review
"Casanova: Avaritia" #3 is a very good book. It certainly is not for everyone -- that much must be made clear. This is a positive review and that is because the book speaks to me. I do acknowledge this book will not work for everyone and most likely won't work for many. If you enjoy all the variously aimed adventures of Casanova Quinn, then this one keeps the current arc trucking along. It's not as good as the last issue (which was a mild masterpiece) but it certainly draws a lot of strings together and sets us up for plenty more to come. Read Full Review
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