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    Reviews - The Black Beetle - #2

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Omega - Nawfalq
Feels a little like Batman (but what noir comic doesn't?). The entire comic is full of FF's great artwork. Some of the "inner monologue" is kind of bleehh. But overall, a very good read. The last two pages are awesome (in my opinion). The Omega watch thing is super cool of FF. (Omega was founded in 1850, or so, so the timepiece works. pun intended) Overall, I recommend this comic to most readers.




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