dcwarfan73's The Phantom Stranger #8 - Sins review

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Quite possibly the best comic written today...

OK I will preface this by saying I do not read a lot of new comics (who can afford the $2.99 cover price for multiple titles a month? I honestly only read 2 current titles - 1 Marvel and 1 DC). That being said this was by far the best thing I have read in a long time. This fleshes out the back story of how Philip Stark plays a role in The Phantom Stranger. It is expertly written and the artwork more than suits the storyline. Seeing the Stranger struggle on the brink of death at the hands of Dr. Thirteen (see previous issue for how that played out) and having him dealing with a new personal demon this issue is a classic and hopefully more people will check out this series.


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    I'm disappointed to see Gene Ha already off the interior art, but in that time it appears that Philip Tan has cleaned up his act to give us much more consistent artwork Jason Paz's inks change the style a bit from Tan's usual, but it still looks pretty good, much better than any other non-Ha issue for sure.The's a pretty confusing unanswered question in this issue, and it's How did The Phantom Stranger get dumped on The Justice League Dark's doorstep? You'd think we'd at least get a glimpse at ...

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