Casanova: Acedia #6

Writer: Matt Fraction, Michael Chabon Artist: F?bio Moon, Gabriel Ba Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 20, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
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8.0User Rating

Casanova studies his benefactor and his benefactor returns the favor as a mysterious woman with connections to them both emerges from the shadows of sun-soaked Los Angeles.

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    Flickering Myth - Mark Allen Jul 23, 2016

    What's most striking about this incarnation of Casanova is how different it is from previous volumes despite using all the same ingredients (albeit variations thereof), and how you have to sort of adjust to the speed and tone of each new issue. This might be a challenge to some but those looking for something fresh and exciting will welcome that challenge; it's thrilling to watch established creators push themselves in new directions and experiment, even (especially) when you have no idea where they're going with it. For now, just lay back and enjoy the melodies. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Daniel Elkin Jul 23, 2016

    There are no jumping-on points in Casanova, as the beginning is the ending of a story that takes place in the middle. Nobody in comics is having as much fun as Matt Fraction is as he writes this series, and very few are doing this sort of spectacular blend of pencils, inks, and colors as Fbio Moon. What you have is a beautiful work of art at which to look, to taste, to feel. Read Full Review

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