Moonstone has spared no expense in putting together an attractive, quality product. Beneath the striking, sturdy cover by John Cassaday, an excellent choice of paperstock brings out the best of the moody inks and the natural appearing myriad palette of colors by Ken Wolak and Dawn Groszewski. No advertisements interrupt the rhythm of the story, and what a story Ben Raab and Pat Quinn have crafted for the debut. Read Full Review
When you get down to brass tacks, this release is enjoyable and fun, and the enjoyment factor outweighs any of the slight lapses in presentation. The introduction of Lother as the new Phantom is an intriguing story choice, and the story and art are both solid work. At this point, the series isn't a world beater, but it has a number of ways that it can grow into such. Regardless, the story and art are professionally presented, and the series is just beginning. This is a title to keep your eye on. Read Full Review
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