Midnight Mass. Here There Be Monsters #1

Writer: John Rozum Artist: Paul Lee Publisher: Vertigo Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 31, 2004

    This newest chapter in the Midnight Mass. collection easily matches the care in the stortycrafting of previous issues--all of which averaged out to a total grade of five silver bullets. One thing however has changed, and it will take time to get used to this new element. Jesus Saiz provided the distinctive, yet anatomic artwork on the previous series, but this issue introduces the new artist Paul Lee from Devil's Footprints, Angel and amusingly Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I admire both artists' work, but neither of their styles conform to any point of similarity. The switch is admittedly jarring, and I'll especially miss the owlish quality Saiz gave to Jenny, the Kadmons' assistant, but it's hard to complain when people look like people, monsters look like monsters and a full range of dramatic potential issues from each panel. It is a distinct pleasure to return to Midnight Mass. Read Full Review

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