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    Reviews - Millennium - #5

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Ugh. - Josh
OK, here's where it all went downhill (well, further downhill, anyway) for this miniseries/crossover. Bad enough that the Manhunters are super-lame, not scary, not interesting, not... anything except maybe the Stupidest Villians Ever, but you've got this ridiculous New Agey story with a cross-section of the world's people coming together to hear some really simplistic, trite cosmic philosophy. I, for one, can't BELIEVE that this wasn't written in the 70's, the only time period from which it would have made sense.




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