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    Default REVIEW: Great Pacific, #2

    "Great Pacific" #2 has Joe Harris and Martin Morazzo do what I've never seen before with a second issue: make me wish that this had been the first issue, instead.


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    I've been curious about the title and it seems like it is pretty good. I'll try to read it if I get a chance.

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    I really love this title right now. While I agree that this issue probably could have been number 1, I still liked both. Number 1 probably could have been better off as a number 0 later in the series. Image has another winner on their hands in my opinion

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    It's an interesting premise, a different lead character (no superheroes here; not even a particularly likeable lead character here, but not one who's dislikeable, either) with believable flaws, and a wide open future. will continue to pre-order it...
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    I will check that ............
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    No evil shall escape my sight
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    Beware my power... Green Lantern's light

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    I thought the first issue was...interesting but wasn't really taken by it. I'll give the first story arc a chance before signing on or not. I did like the portrayal of the Maasai, though.
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