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    Reviews - The Maxx - #2

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Maxx - trace909
Fun story to read with a lot going on. I like the use of very vibrant colors which help to bring the story to life. The use of dark shading and dark backgrounds also helps to convey a darkness that looms in the story and we see coming out of Julie too. The use of action-to-action and subject-to-subject transitions helps to keep the story flowing and lets us see the fight unravel before us. The use of moment-to-moment transitions with Julie at one point is also useful in showing her dark side come out. I also like how Mr. gone has his own distinct color word bubbles which helps distinguish the dialogue in the fight scenes and in such a busy looking comic.




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