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Author Topic: Prog 2178: Not all heroes are apes  (Read 2111 times)

73north

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Re: Prog 2178: Not all heroes are apes
« Reply #30 on: 05 May, 2020, 06:56:36 PM »
I read this last week ( the last Saturday delivery for a while ?? )
and it was pretty good -
Dredd - I also really liked the new story featuring Noam Chimpsky . Good solid fun
Survival Geeks - for me me its all right , but I won't miss it when its gone -
if it gets me more Jaegir , then its all good 

Skip Tracer - I also can't really get a grip on this one and although the artwork is fine
it just is so-so - I would place this in the same league as THE ORDER - a series that has seen its best days

Aquila - I am really enjoying this other Gordon Rennie serial - its sublime -
and did I mention the artist
is top rate ?

Hershey - not too bad  and as others state nice to see a new city
( note - for some reason ,,my review got in the wrong Prog page ) :o


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Re: Prog 2178: Not all heroes are apes
« Reply #31 on: 10 May, 2020, 01:59:24 PM »
Skip Tracer - I also can't really get a grip on this one and although the artwork is fine
it just is so-so - I would place this in the same league as THE ORDER - a series that has seen its best days

Sorry for being a couple of weeks late, as I have been catching up on my Progs. Did I miss something? When was this “golden age” of Skip Tracer of which you speak? Did I miss a series?