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    Reviews - The Maxx - #1

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maxx - trace909
i love the use of color in the comic. It definetely helps set the tone and brings Maxx to life. I also think that not having the frames be side by side or in an order that leads the story, but instead by leading with the words, you get lost in the comic and it adds to how chaotic Maxx's life is. He can't distinguish between life and dreams easily, just as its hard for the reader to distinguish where to go next on the page. I also like how in a scene where he is falling the frames begin to also fall down the page; using the frames to exemplify the actions going on.




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