Review: Soulfire #5
Oh, you picked my favorite of the cover selection. A beautiful image, but the water looks like milk in sections.
I can proudly claim to of never watched an episode of The Hills. I might of never even heard of the show if it wasn't for the Chelsea Lately or The Soup shows.
It's almost kind of an odd challenge to write magic in this era. You really have a challenge to create your own set of rules so you can't just do silly stuff and just explain it by calling it "magic". I kind of like that. To know the limits of it.
It is a rather cool concept of trying to bring magic to a world of technology. That's not something I have heard much of before. A story normally picks magic of technology.
Well aside from outstanding Art, Aspen comics are very bad story tellers now that Michael Turner is gone and Talent Caldwell is out doing some freelance work.
JT Krull cant pull a fathom correctly and the other people that writes fathom are fanboys that don't know how to write. And fathom hardcore fans just buy and like anything that has fathom in it, even if its terrible.
Nevertheless the art and covers of soulfrie have always been freaking awesome! This one is pretty beautiful too.
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