Friday, June 14, 2013

Under the Radar Reviews Crater XV

Thanks to Jeremy Nisen at Under the Radar magazine for this great Crater XV review!


2 comments:

  1. Carter XV returns with the same foolish diversion as represented the prior work.Characters carry on as neurotics,inspirations are frequently silly, and Army is still totally safe and superhuman—put something aside for when he isn't.Also,Kevin Cannon brings back his utilization of expository onomatopoeia.It's considerably more often present in Crater XV than in Far Arden.
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  2. Cavity XV is superior to anything its predecessor,not just in light of the fact that it's not as tonally bizarre as Far Arden,but rather likewise in light of the fact that it feels like Cannon gets more into his main character and makes him much additionally interesting.
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