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Over all its a good book but kindle need a better optimization process for these books. the occasional clipping of word bobbles and misplacement of cells out of order can be annoying but the material is great and just what you would expect.
The Complete case files Volume 16 is a mixed bag. As I mentioned in the review of Volume 16, a new writer, Garth Ennis took over part of the workload from John Wagner and his output can be variable. A number of the stories in here ( ‘Twin Blocks’ for example) are related to topical events at the time - Twin Peaks was a huge televisual event in the early 90s. However, that can make some of these seem ephemeral. That said, the writing is still good. Ennis gets unfairly bracketed with his two successors and I think he deserves more credit. Arguably the best story in the volume (and worth the purchase price alone) is the truly magnificent ‘The Devil you know, Twilight’s last gleaming’ - an initial conclusion to the ‘Democracy’ storyline and a brilliantly written, superbly illustrated masterpiece. There are other excellent stories here - ‘Art of Geomancy’ concludes the ‘Stan Lee’ thread and although a bit obvious, ‘Justice One’ is a well illustrated piece. The remainder of the stories don’t hit those heights although few are actively awful. The Megazine part of the volume hinges on the story ‘Raptaur’ one which didn’t quite come off for me. Though the antagonist is fearsome the art left me cold - an attempt to pitch to a different ‘older’ audience it simply doesn’t feel realistic even for a comic book! That said, even without the completist part of me, the Democracy coda is so good it justifies the purchasing of this. Not the very best volume but still a worthy addition, Four stars, and Dredd is right ‘He is the law’
this was purchased for a loved adult grandson in law! He was absolutely delighted with it as it added to his collection. I know nothing about this iem but it did arrive in the usual Amazon superb condition and therefore I was able to hand over a pristine birthday gift!!