The artwork by co-creator Montiel and J.C. Buelna with Garcia's colors has an old-school appreciation for anatomy and the way a cape should fall on heroic shoulders. The setting evokes comparisons to Russ Heath “Tarzan” and Al Williamon's “Flash Gordon.” Read Full Review
The art department do their job admirably. Apart from the ridiculously skimpy attire of the humans (maybe they are descended from the cast of Baywatch?) and a tendency for women to have improbably long legs, the visuals in this book are okay to the eye, with some rather cool technology on display and some nice laser effects in the battle scenes. It is therefore a shame they didn't have a better plot to support them. Then again, they are the ones insuring that we keep seeing Halle's buttocks and crotch, just in case we forget she is a woman. This kind of thing is kind of insulting to the readers (I can remember that sort of plot point after about two views) and the characters as well. Read Full Review
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