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    Reviews - Animal Man - #29

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Vertigo stirrings... - Josh
This one is a PERFECT example of why the Vertigo line had to be created. You can feel writer Peter Milligan struggling against the superhero format but refusing to back down. He adds strange language, weird violence, and a hell of a twisty cliffhanger. And it works, beautifully. Having art by Steve Dillon, one of the great Vertigo artists, doesn't hurt either.




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