The Death-Defying Doctor Mirage Second Lives Issue 3 Review

  I don't know if it is the fact that Roberto De La Torre was not the sole person working on the art but the faces, and expressions, get weird at times. Such as two characters in different panels on the fifth page featuring story. It is almost a jarring experience but not so much that one can not stay somewhat in the narrative's frame of mind. There is also the lack of background in certain areas. However this is a rare exception in that the art style actually seems to make this artistic fail/shortcut work. As for the coloring and lettering they are done as decently as the previous two issues. Finally the writing is still very engaging, fun and well-paced.

  My verdict: Recommended for anyone within the age range for this title.

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