It takes time and true interest to want to discover classic ideas, however Millar and Parlov certainly help give new readers the push they may need to not only read their book, but discover the realm of the bronze age of comics as well.
Merchant Sea knows what it is, and clearly defines itself as such, making it easy for anyone to jump on board for the ride, or stay on shore.
This book has had quite a marked improvement, and I when issue 4 hits my pull, I won’t groan and shuffle it to the back of the pile.
When an illustration style I don’t care for is paired with a story I don’t care about, this book hasn’t a snowball’s chance of keeping my attention
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