Kameelman #2

Writer: T-Bone Artist: Ron Randall Publisher: A1 Oregon Publishing Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Apr 10, 2003

    Life is a beach and so is Kameelman!! Ahhhnow where is my Pina Colada! Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 1, 2003

    Following on the heels of the opening issue that I felt didn't really make full use of the idea that its hero is able to change his identity, comes this second issue, where our hero plays next to no role in the action whatsoever, and the role he's going to play in the story isn't made clear until we reach page twenty of a twenty-three page story. Now I can understand spending a little time developing the supporting players of the book, but it's a little early in the game to be shifting the spotlight away from Zack, especially since the first issue didn't really do all that great a job of introducing us to the character. The book also spend over half the issue on the parachute jump, and while it's a visually interesting idea, that's all it really is, there's next to no excitement created, and except for an unusual little moment where the plight of environmental pollution is examined, the sequence is rather dull. Still there is a side-plot involving Zack & the scientist who created him t Read Full Review

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