Monday, 10 January 2011

Echo 27 (Abstract Studio)

Terry Moore continues to impress with this beautifully crafted black and white series. The alloy continues to grow over Julie, whilst her friends have their own issues to work through. The final pages are shocking, and give a good sense of the danger to come.

While there isn't a great deal physically happening in this issue, there's plenty going on between the characters themselves while they're stuck in Alaska. Revelations cause yet more tension between the group, and despite the fact that there's nothing that matches the superb diner scene in the previous issue, this is still a satisfying and intriguing read. Terry Moore's art is gorgeous as ever, and his script is picking up pace. A consistent title from one of the industry's masters.

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