In Midnight Mass there's more than humor and horror. Mr. Rozum conveys positive feelings between the Kadmons. They truly love each other, and you can see this in the certain-death scene which captures their characterization in three speech balloons and three widescreen panels. Julia the pragmatist is ready to give in to her fate. Adam the optimist refuses to accept even when physically unable to deter death. Adam motivates Julia, and Julia reinforces Adam's hope. Read Full Review
John Rozum's Midnight Mass. continues to surprise, amuse and entice the reader with the adventures of Adam and Julia Kadmon. This mini-series adds more to the Kadmon line as it weaves a fascinating plot. Read Full Review
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