Route 666 #4

Writer: Tony Bedard Artist: Karl Moline Publisher: CrossGen Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Sep 29, 2002

    The book possesses a typically gorgeous Crossgen artistic sensibility. It's sort of the anti-Image of the baby nineties. Unlike what you may think of a book that accents artwork that makes one's jaw drop, it also doesn't let you forget that it's a mature horror book best read by adults. In fact perhaps because the artwork is so pretty, the horror elements seem more of a travesty. It's for instance very disconcerting to see Cassie use her special power against the inky phantoms. Karl Moline, of the very, very late Fray, imbues a creepiness to her abilities that makes one's skin feel itchy. Not only is Route 666 a successful comic book; it is a successful horror story. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Sep 25, 2002

    It was uncanny that the cop was nicknamed Cisco' after Francisco, because during my undercover MP - Drug Suppression Team days in the Army, I carried two nicknames, one was Porkchops and the other was Cisco after San Francisco'. If my cover were blown as Porkchops', my new persona would be Cisco with an altered appearance. Read Full Review

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