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TsalagiWriter rated it 5 years ago
Fun graphic novel - these are definitely my type of superheroes! I love Halloween. Illustrations were pretty nice. I enjoyed the story and really hope for more volumes. The characters were awesome, but a bit underdeveloped. Hope that will be remedied if there are future volumes.Really enjoyed this.
grapeapril75 rated it 8 years ago
Really terrific comic for kids. Great illustrations and story about how the leopard got his spots! I loved the art and it was really fun to read.Disclosure: This ebook was provided to me free of charge through NetGalley for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings ar...
Intensely Focused
Intensely Focused rated it 8 years ago
I thought this anthology was uneven. There were a few stories that really stood out but most didn't make a lasting impression. I liked The Lost Boy by Barbara Hambly/ It was interesting reading a story from Mary's point of view. But it was really the idea of a young Sherlock in Neverland that pique...
Ceridwen rated it 9 years ago
So, in interests of full disclosure, I'm "friends" with Jamie Chase who did the art in The Hound of the Baskervilles. I shouldn't even scare quote that, because it could come off as bitchy. I've met him several times at Bubonicon, I'm friends with him on facebook, and I'm a pretty enthusiastic fangi...
The Charcoal Burner
The Charcoal Burner rated it 12 years ago
Unlike the reviewer at SF Site, I felt that the best of the bunch was the story that didn't include Holmes -- the incomparable Kim Newman's 'The Red Planet League'. The rest were readable, at times even quite good -- with the possible exception of editor J.R. Campbell's awkward pulp offering 'The E...
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