However, it's debatable whether these flaws are truly flaws, since they are a deliberate reproduction or mimicry. Roberson seems to be aiming for a camp aesthetic, poking a little fun, but mostly just enjoying both the ridiculousness and the high spirits of an era of adventure, science fiction and espionage stories, including the "James Bond" and "Indiana Jones". The reader's mileage with "The Mysterious Strangers" #2 will vary widely, depending on how much charm this kind of pop nostalgia appeals to individual tastes. Read Full Review
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