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Red Prophet: The Tales of Alvin Maker #2

Writer: Orson Scott Card Artist: Renato Arlem, Klebs Moura, Jr. Publisher: Dabel Brothers Productions Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Jun 22, 2006

    As for the art, this is very solid work presented by Renato Arlem & Klebs Moura. Nothing fancy or innovative here, but a pleasing overall result, giving a realistic look to the overall proceedings. The lines are clean, facial expressions are evocative, and landscapes are expansive. Like the writing, there are not many risks taken with panel construction or placement, and the coloring is effectively rendered by David Curiel. However, the footnote I will attach with any recommendation of this series is that the action moves at a snails pace. For readers of Card or other sci-fi novel junkies, this kind of format may not be that off-putting. However, I guarantee that those same readers would rather dive into a new, fascinating novel for eight bucks than plunk down three dollars for a very tiny slice of a storys pie. If youre a comic reader who is in for a detailed story (and I do mean detailed), you could do a lot worse than Red Prophet, even with the slow pacing. Just remember Read Full Review

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