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The story opens with two men flying on a plane that's landing in New York City. The duo is lead by a tall man with a moustache, his comapnion, Hadji, is a short, fat fellow. Before the craft lands, the moustached man explains that he's delighted to have finally found the idol that he's been searching for. The object is located at "Second Time Around," a name that should ring some bells for readers, as it's April's antique store. Hadji asks if his partner plans to buy the statue, and he's told that it must be stolen.

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Getting A Groove 0

Once again, the art seems to improve in this issue from the previous two.  It's as if Lawson and Brown finally picked up a groove working together.   Plus, the human characters actually look separately defined from each other. The layouts remain about as creative, but it's the inks that really make the art this issue.  The tones aren't fussy and actually make a lot of sense which emphasizes the original pencils quite a lot.  I suppose the problem with this story is that it tries too hard to be f...

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