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    Hi. I started reading the Project Superpowers books because Mike Lilly, an artist whose work I really enjoy, drew the first four issues of Black Terror. I picked up that trade paperback, and afterwards went back and read the first PS miniseries, and most of the other related books.

    Anyway, I wrote up reviews of the Black Terror and Death Defying 'Devil. Here are links...

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...by.html?cat=38

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...ok.html?cat=38

    I have a review of the Masquerade TPB coming up, as well. I'll post a link when it's online. Thanks for taking a look. Feel free to comment.

  • #2
    Good reviews -- I think you pretty much nailed both series.

    You ought to post these around some different fan boards to help drum up support for the series.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jsf View Post
      Good reviews -- I think you pretty much nailed both series.

      You ought to post these around some different fan boards to help drum up support for the series.
      Thanks. And, as suggested, I just posted a link to the DDD review on my Facebook page.

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      • #4
        Here is my review of the Masquerade trade paperback, which was posted online today at Associated Content...

        http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...ew.html?cat=38

        It got cut out of the review, but I gave the book 4.5 out of 5 stars. I definitely enjoyed the miniseries.

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        • #5
          Nice review of Masquerade too. Funny, but I was just re-reading that tpb yesterday, and it is by far my favorite of the spin-off series. The storyline is tight ... there's a good amount of characterization ... and Carlos Paul's art really shines. There's also some nice metacommentary in issue two with the discussion between Terror and Masquerade while they wait for the drug plane.

          All in all, it was a great read, and I'm definitely a fan of Hester's now (and glad he's on Terror).

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