Twenty Seven #1
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Twenty Seven #1

Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Renzo Podesta Publisher: Shadowline Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Dec 15, 2010

    But what Soule's script does better than anything, what makes this story compelling, is how well it conveys how important Garland's music is to him. He's desperate for a miracle cure and in denial about his plight not because he's lost his status, fans and privilege, but because he's passionate about making music. The writer achieves a nice balance with the character. It's easy to feel sympathy for him, because he doesn't come off as entitled or spoiled, but at the same time, his single-mindedness and blindness to other threats makes him the villain of his own story as well. Read Full Review

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