Serial #3 by Terry Moore

Serial #3Serial #3 by Terry Moore
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Everything’s starting to come together now.

A young woman is perpetrating a series of murders, although most of her killings could be described as being fairly justified. Meanwhile, Zoe…a woman trapped in the body of a child…is on her trail.

Everything is beautifully illustrated and perfectly paced…because it’s Terry Moore and that’s what Terry Moore does.

The only negative thing I have to say is that these single issues are always too damn short.

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Serial #1 by Terry Moore

Serial #1Serial #1 by Terry Moore
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

How do you review twenty pages of a brand new Terry Moore book?

I could summarise what happens, but that would be pointless.

I could talk about Moore’s incredible artistic talent, but if you’ve read his work you already know all about that, and if you haven’t, you should.

I could talk about how he gives us just enough here to make us intrigued, to make us want to come back for more, how he gives us hints and glimpses of what’s going on, but is at a point in his career where he can tell a story the way he wants to tell it, and so has the luxury not to tell us too much in the first twenty pages…but, really, what use is that to you?

This is Terry Moore, he’s one of the best, and in a world full of super heroes and space ships, both of which I dearly love, he’s always just happily done his own thing and done it beautifully.

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