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Saucer Country #4 (They couldn't stand it Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Sun Jun 17, 2012 12:34 pm

The plot thickens, and while I’m not sure all of the different plot threads are really working for me, this issue featured some stand-out moments and some very interesting dialogue. My favourite part was Michael telling everyone what he remembered about the abduction, it was very creepy, and I like how we’re still not sure how much of it was real. He thinks it real, but he could have been programmed by the Hypno-Therapist he saw, who knows? As Professor Kidd says, there were a lot of clichés in there. I was particularly freaked out by the sequences with the anal probe, which were just terrifying. It’s a real testament to Ryan Kelly’s skill as an artist that he can turn what is these days a fairly comical looking image in the ‘Grey’ alien and make them scary again. But as I said, I think there’s a bit too much going on here at this early stage, I could do without the Bluebirds and the Radio DJ and the ex-military and the grumpy security guards taking away space from the main plot, which is only just getting going.

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