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    Reviews - The Question - TPB vol. 01

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The Question - Zen & Violence - Thai
As a former martial artist myself I have a great interest in this side of comics and this didn't disappoint.
Vic Sage has always been a complex Character and within the first Six issues you could already see the turn around in his personality due to being humbled by Lady Shiva.
It's not often a lead Character is nearly beaten to death and left to die in the first issue but this works for the better as it shows were all human.
Dennis O'Neil has got Sage down to a fine art.
The issue Cityscape in particular was a great stand alone issue and one of the better tales I've read in a while.
Denys cowen's art also fits the feel of the series and he can certainly draw a fight scene!
The actual fight scenes are both fluid and believable and are one of the high points to this TPB so full credit to Cowen for nailing this aspect.
A solid read then and recommended.

7.5 Out of Ten





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