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    Reviews - Dial H - #2

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Not as good as the first ... - MartyPrime
I had to really push through it to get to the end. The over all story wasn’t bad and the dialog was serviceable enough … but the thing really seemed to get jumbled – and I know a lot of that had to do with the art by Mateus Santolouco (so far I’m not a fan). From what I can tell China Mieville hasn’t worked on too many comic projects before – so this could be a case of a literary writer trying to over think their story or perhaps he is merely fining his footing in this issue (after the strong first issue) and will rebound with issue 3 – it’s hard to tell. I am looking forward to issue 3 as the end of this book was very strong and I hope that I can replace one of the Marvel books I’m dropping with this one. But if you were to ask me about Dial H based on this issue, I might say pass.

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