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The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury #295

Writer: Brandon Thomas Artist: Lee Ferguson Publisher: Archaia Studio Press Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Feb 11, 2008

    As I said earlier, the work by Ferguson yields an old-fashioned feel that catches the reader off guard later in the issue, but in a good way. As I flipped through the fast-paced first half, I thought I knew what was going to come next, which had me slightly disappointed (though the art is definitely lively, colorful, and filled with kinetic energy). However, by the time I finished the issue, I knew that Ferguson had played a little hide-and-seek with the reader, along with Thomas. The juvenile conventions all sci-fi fans are overly familiar with are given a shot of adult situations, creating a comic book that works well. My only complaint would be the abrupt change of pace, which changes from speed of light to Ingmar Bergman. Still, I think that most readers will find a lot of entertainment in this first issue of Miranda Mercury, and ASP has another winner on its hands. Read Full Review

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