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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Femme Noir #4 Review

Comixtreme's "Done-In-One Reviews" wraps up the miniseries…
Port Nocturne seems to attract every sort of villainy, from the garden-variety skells and grifters to robots with human minds and with this issue people raised in the jungle primeval. And that person wants revenge on some of the Dark City’s most affluent citizens. I’ve always enjoyed how that even though the 1930’s weren’t that long ago you have the feeling that the world was still young and things like "lost islands" and "unexplored regions" were still possible. This story builds on that feeling and then some; in fact I kinda wish we had a full issue of what transpired on the Lost Island instead of simply flashbacks. Still, the story is fun and seeing the Blonde packing heat is exciting in of itself. This is the final issue of the mini-series, but I hope we get to see more adventures of Femme Noir sometime very soon.
Rating: 3.5/5 --Terry Verticchio

2 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

Cool. Definitely enjoyed the series.

bish8 said...

Picked up my copies of both covers of #4 today. Look forward to some good reading!