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    Reviews - The Crow: Death And Rebirth - #1

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Breaks my heart... - jekleberry
I was really, really looking forward to this, especially with Shirley writing it... and it absolutely tanks. There is just nothing to like. Bad writing, bad art. (I'm also irked that one of the retailer variants is a 13-year-old cover from the 1999 series, but that's a small complaint.)

The original graphic novel is a masterpiece of the medium and I loved all the series from Kitchen Sink and Image- they each had something interesting to offer. This new series gives me nothing. The only silver linings here are the awesome Kyle Hotz and James O'Barr variant covers.





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