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    Reviews - Strange - #1

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9/10 - Uthor
I really liked this. First off, the art was sweet and the reason I bought the book. Rios does great monsters and magic. She has an exaggerated cartoony style. Strain brought her usual great coloring (though the demons kinda bled together with similar color pallets).

The writing from Waid was also very good. I haven't been keeping up with Dr. Strange, though I did hear he lost is Sorcerer Supreme title. This takes place in a baseball stadium where Steven has to save everyone present without his magic powers. It shows how competent he is even without his magic. He uses a girl to help him out and I hope she sticks around a bit.




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