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Saucer Country #7 (Argon and Radon Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Tue Sep 18, 2012 8:23 am

This was another very interesting issue, and one that, when read in tandem with #6 tells you just how much research and detail Cornell is going into with his mythology, and also that this is not going to be a series with any easy answers. Hell, much of this issue directly contradicts what was said in #6. So which side do we believe? Are the aliens mythological and magical like Dr Kidd said in 6? Or are they just aliens using technology? It’s a fascinating debate, and I’m very interested to see how it plays out. These two ‘lecture’ issues are a cool way to break away from the main story, as, while they contradict each other, they provide some very important context for just whatever it is Cornell is doing with UFOs here. Dave Lapham’s artwork was great, it was surprising to see him show up here, but it was a welcome one, he has a similar style to Kelly’s, so it would be cool if he did more fill-ins in the future. This title is a slow-burn, but issues like these last two show that Cornell is not just winging it, this is deep.

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