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Space Doubles #1

Publisher: Th3rd World Studios Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Oct 25, 2007

    Space Doubles is the creation of Scott Closter, who writes two introductions for this first issue due to the flip style of the presentation (two covers, two different short comics on either side), both of which illustrate his love for science-fiction and the deeper meanings of speculative literature. For my money, Issue #1 is a fine start to this series of Twilight Zone/Amazing Stories-type tales that have some sort of zinger in the concluding page, though the deeper meanings that Closter alludes to arent apparent in these first two yarns. Its a showcase for seasoned writers and fine raw illustrators who have just started getting their feet wet in the comic book world. Even though the execution of words and art are not in the upper echelon, the enthusiasm is here, which is what caused most of us to start reading comics in the first place. Read Full Review

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