Fell #7

Writer: Warren Ellis Artist: Ben Templesmith Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Feb 9, 2007

    In truth, though, there's something about this story which feels a little thinner than usual. It's a fairly simple plot which is spelled out for the reader without much in the way of twists and turns, and which doesn't contain quite as much human drama as previous episodes. In a sense, Fell is a victim of its own success, as the consistent quality of each issue combines with the long wait between instalments to create expectations for the next which are unreasonably high; as such, it almost feels like a disappointment when an issue like this one is merely good, not great. However, the book still provides a unique reading experience thanks to Ellis' distinctive voice and Templesmith's deceptively simple art, and at $1.99 it's great value for money - even when the always-enjoyable "Back Matter" section (which regularly features readers' letters, photos and Ellis' own insightful ramblings) is curiously absent as it is here. Read Full Review

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