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    Reviews - Galactus the Devourer - #1

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Horrible Art + Insipid Story = Lame series - gsword
What a great character, but what a horrible treatment for him. There is very little to like about this series, considering the art looks like it was drawn by a third grader and the story itself is a lame duck. Talk about bringing a terrific character to the bottom of the barrel. In the hands of more capable creators, this might have been a decent if not really good series but this is just pathetic. Steer clear at all costs unless you're just a HARD CORE Galactus fan, like myself. But even I found this to be beyond terrible. You have been warned....And Galactus barely even appears in the first two issues




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