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    Reviews - Thor - #385

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Stan Lee - Johnny Darkness
In response to the other review about this being a dull issue, look no further than the fact that it's written by Stan Lee, well past his prime. I'm not saying that as a good or bad thing, but Stan has his style.



Dull plot nice art. - starbucky
For a comic printed in 1987, the story is pretty basic, small and dull. The comic consists of one big fight, from start to finish. The very thin plot (plot by Jim shooter, script by Stan Lee himself) is used as cover up, but is poorly executed. Art from Eric Larsen is generally good but a bit inconsistant.




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