Pulp fiction #2-Review
By: Mark Waid (story), Loston Wallace (pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Hi-Fi (colors)
The Story: The Spirit on a plane.
The Review: Four months—that’s the amount of time it took to get from the first issue of this (four-issue!) mini to the second. And that’s only after a month or so seeing the issue solicited for release week after week until my local comic book shop gave up and redacted the title from their weekly newsletter entirely. I don’t know if this is the consequence of a dual-publisher team-up or what, but it better not be a running pattern.
The problem with shipping delays is, even though they have nothing to do with the story itself, they still affect the story’s impact. Ordinarily, each issue only has to have enough substance to carry a reader through the next month. When you have an issue that must now carry four months’ worth…
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