Midnight Mass. simply helps Vertigo smash its own clichs. The action, suspense and sense of whimsy in Rozum's series that is ably executed by Paul Lee who excels in the finale is a welcome breath for anybody who is tired of the dull and misogynous comic books that proliferate the racks. Read Full Review
The remaining pages admirably cuts to the chase, and because the Kadmons are such experienced investigators, we know what the outcome will be--especially against a piker like Harmon. However, Mr. Rozum still makes this confrontation enjoyable to read through a small turnabout in which Julia actually attempts magic: using the more ancient protective swastika symbol from Indian lore. Adam of course performs magic that makes her attempts look like something she learned from a matchbook cover, and unfortunately, a .45 Automatic proves utterly useless against her favorites of the animal kingdom. Read Full Review
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