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    Reviews - Solo - #1

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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.

Tim Sale shows off his talents by drawing a lot of DC stories in various styles. He does a lot of clean, cartoony lines, but varies it enough to tell stories ranging from a modern superhero tale to a more classic style to a noir story near the end. The best things in here are the stories he wrote himself, but the other writers, even Jeph Loeb, turn in some good stuff.




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