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    Reviews - Solo - #11

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8/10 - Uthor
This is a series from 2004-2006 where DC let a single artist have 48 ad free pages and free reign of the DC characters to do whatever they wanted. The art styles vary wildly, though they are mostly great and interesting. The art is more hit or miss.

Sergio Aragonés is a long time Mad contributor, so this issue is full of highly detailed and over exaggerated art. Aragonés has great comic timing (very Monty Python-esque), which he uses highly effectively telling stories about his past, but manages to pull back a little for a sad samurai tale near the end. It's capped off by a humorous Batman tale (again!!!).




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