Man-Size (man_size) wrote,

The Fandom Post reviews The Fox #5


"Things come full circle at the end here where Paul becomes an accessible and likable character that leaves me wanting to see more of the family business come to life and what fallout there may be from their interactions with Smile. Haspiel and Waid have put together a really fun book here that harkens to the past in a lot of ways but with the right kinds of modern touches to bring it all together. Haspiel’s artwork in particular is a big sell simply because of the panel layouts and the camera work done to present the action, going from unusual places to give it a very distinct sense of self that makes it engaging to read several times to take in those aspects. Here’s to more adventures with The Fox and his family in our future."

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