Within the psychological attacks, the Phantom systematically derails the Army's operations and leavens the hearts of Him's victims. That is how it should be. If the Phantom fails, we as readers have been cheated. This would be an affront to the oath the first Phantom made on the skull of his father. It doesn't matter that the reality hasn't changed. We cannot expect a fictional hero to affect reality. Though the Phantom already has. We expect him to succeed in a fiction that's based on reality. The Phantom is pure heroism. The good guy wins, and perhaps by having the reality in the book, perhaps Bullock gives the victims' voices. By having the Phantom succeed against his fictional foes, perhaps Bullock will help facilitate the will to stop this threat. Read Full Review
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