A weekend leisure reading book review. Because even Pastors need a break from heavy theological reading.
Howard Chaykin. The Shadow: Midnight in Moscow. Runnemede, NJ: Dynamite Entertainment, July, 2015. 160 pp.
3 out of 5
This is another graphic novel of the pulp hero name the Shadow. Most of the stories of the Shadow takes place in the 1930s but this particular volume takes place on the end of the year of 1949 and the beginning of 1950. There are multiple references throughout the graphic novel that the Shadow has been fighting crime and evil men for over two decades and a major subplot is how long the Shadow would keep going with his fight against evil since there is no end in sight with the amount of evil men who would arise as villains and also because the Shadow’s longtime partner against crime and lover Margo…
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