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Lil Hellions: A Day at the Zoo #1

Writer: Dwight L. MacPherson Artist: Mathieu Benoit Publisher: Silent Devil Productions Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Michael Aronson Sep 7, 2006

    While its something of a relief that the character of Jim Reaper finally quits being a wuss toward the end of the story, its not a significant enough transformation to redeem the book although at least its deliberately not supposed to be funny. While Hellions is a clear improvement over Jim Reaper in terms of plot, characters and intent, it improves in basic aspects that we should really be taking for granted in order to highlight more clever storytelling and dialogue. When your bragging point happens to be, Well, at least this one has an ending, you still have a long way to go before producing a product that can compete in the industry. Read Full Review

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