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    Reviews - Robotech in 3-D - #1

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You Won't Believe Your Eyes - jimcripps
Well, you might believe. The real treat of this issue is its use of standard 3D; remarkable. Even arms are in the forefront to their bodies. Other than that, I'd rather compare to the original issue, which I no longer own. But compared to the original cartoon/anime, there are some editorial distinction, like missing scenes and changed dialogue, of which I can say is a bonus here. So, the writing is exceptional, which it should be, because it would have been the third attempt at getting it perfect. The art is very clean, and monochromatic, somewhat sepia in tone--there is no shading, just plain lines of varying thickness to denote edges and stripes. In the end, it's more than a curiosity, it is just plain good.




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