Paragon #6

Writer: The Emperor, Mark Howard Artist: Dave Candlish, Stephen Prestwood Publisher: Dave Candlish Release Date: September 15, 2010 Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Sep 21, 2010

    Paragon needs a more frequent release schedule, more self-contained stories, or some kind of recap mechanism in order for the anthology format to succeed. "Battle Ganesh" does better than most, as writer The Emperor slips some expository dialogue into his script, but the simplicity of the strip works in its favour, as one doesn't need to know every detail of what happened in the previous issue to understand the concept of an elephant god smiting his opponents. The other strips, "Undertow" in particular, feel lost, aimless and without context, and it is a shame, as it is clear that there are some good ideas in there somewhere. Once more, flaws in Paragon's format undermine the title as a whole, but this is a better issue overall, which gives some hope for future releases. Read Full Review

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