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    Reviews - Choker - TPB vol. 01

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Like The First Drop Of A Rollercoaster - Norwood
This book started hot...really hot. So much potential for developing Johnny Jackson's character was lost with each subsequent issue.

Whether that was due to the behind the scenes problems with getting this title finished, it ended like a dud firecracker.

Jackson became less of a character and more of a means to an end...a personality-less character drifting between panels just to get to the finish line.

Never mind the melodrama and way over-the-top groaners like, "MY city. Where angels come to die"

I think this book suffered from the above mentioned behind the scenes problems...and people waited a over a year and half for the last two issues. A YEAR AND A HALF!

That's a lot of anticipation...and a large resulting amount of letdown at the end. Like a dud firecracker.

Personal problems, where comics come to die.

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