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Jeremiah Harm #1

Writer: Keith Giffen, Alan Grant Artist: Rael Lyra Publisher: Boom! Studios Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Lisa Anderson Mar 2, 2006

    In general, Im not one for dark sci-fi, but Jeremiah Harm reeled me in with its humor and artwork. The fact that the hero is also someone able to light his own cigar with a fingernail proved to me that this isnt just another dark-future sci-fi story. Knowing that Harms next stop is Harlem was also a great promise of things to come. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Feb 17, 2006

    In The End: Harm in Harlem. That's all I need to read to get me to come back. Giffen and Grant have created a truly entertaining series that stands out from the other independent books on the rack. While it may have a late eighties/early nineties feel to it, the series has a great beat, and you can dance to it. If nothing else, I'll stick around for the first story arc and see where things go. With Keith Giffen involved, it will be anything but boring. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Feb 16, 2006

    As advertised on the cover of this ish, Keith Giffen is quite the busy guy, right in the thick of both DC's 52 and Marvel's Annihilation. But that's not all. Just at Boom! Studios, he's got 10, Planetary Brigade, the upcoming Hero Squared ongoing, and stories in Zombie Tales and Cthulhu Tales. Plus, he's co-writing Blue Beetle at DC with John Rogers and penning the Silver Surfer miniseries at Marvel. The man's got a lot on his plate. And so far, he seems to be holding up quite well. With old compatriot Alan Grant on the assist, Giffen's banged out another fun book, and another success for Boom! Read Full Review

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