What REALLY impresses me about this book is that, it just reads like a great story. I mean, as a sci-fi western it could very easily have fallen short of either, or felt too much like one or the other. But it doesn't. It reads like its own thing.And that's impressive on its own. Read Full Review
Long before this comic book was ever scheduled for release, Radical announced that Spider-Man and Evil Dead director Sam Raimi was on board to direct a big-screen version of this title. The committee approach to the comic's creation - which includes concept creators, writers, breakdown artists and finishers - and the advance progress on other-media adaptation make it clear that this isn't an exercise in storytelling. Instead, Radical is developing a product for mass consumption. That's fine, but as a reader, I'm more interested in a story than a brand. I will give the publisher credit for providing a solid bang for the customer's buck. This $5.99 US comic features 60 pages of story and art. To get that much out of DC or Marvel, someone would have to buy three titles at $2.99 US or more apiece. Read Full Review
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