Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Comic Attack Review

Andrew Hudson at Comic Attack reviewed I, Crimsonstreak, and it seems he liked it. His favorite thing about the book? I'll let him take it from here.
Speaking of characters, Matt Adams’s greatest strength here is the characters’ chemistries and dialog, with many of the lines being used for well done humor. One of my favorite chemistries is between Crimsonstreak and Mortimer. Mortimer is Crusading Comet’s butler, essentially what Alfred is to Batman. Mortimer’s dry, backhanded remarks which drive Crimsonstreak insane always make for good comedic relief.
Check out the full review here.

1 comment:

  1. This book was a captivating and entertaining read. Through his use of both flashbacks and real world locations, the author fleshes out a living, breathing universe that the reader can effortlessly immerse themselves into as they read. The five appendices in the back are very useful as a reference guide, as well as providing more depth and background to the characters and events in the novel. The characters are well developed, the dialogue is snappy, and the action is packed with excitement. A must read for comic book/superhero fans!

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