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    Reviews - Phantom Lady - #1

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Cover was better than the book ... - MartyPrime
I enjoyed the book and will pick up issue two – but there was something missing that I just couldn’t put my finger on. Perhaps it was the fact that most of the book was told through a flashback or th
at Jennifer wasn’t too likeable I don’t know. I liked Dane he seemed to be a relatable character and well rounded. I do wonder if this title is set in the New 52 or another “universe” they mentioned Metropolis and the Daily Planet but just like their other mini-series The Ray … there doesn’t seem to be any other heroes. Also the Phantom Lady seemed way too powerful – not sure if this has always been part of her character or not - but she was like Cloak (from Cloak and Dagger) times ten. Finally I liked the cover art much better than the interior art – I think the cover style would fit the book better.

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