And Then I Read: DOCTOR FATE #8

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Love that cover by Sonny Liew, don’t miss the bottom row. Inside, we have guest art by Ibrahim Moustafa that looks good, though it’s a little more mainstream than Sonny.

Khalid has these powers, and with it new responsibilities in his already over-crowded life. He feels responsible for the flooding and damage caused by Anubis’ attack on him, and wants to help with the clean-up. Trouble is, he’s not sure how to use his powers to do that. Difficulties ensue. We also meet an Angel, Khalid’s girlfriend has a conversation with a cat, and Khalid looks for advice from his father, and a college professor. It’s a fairly quiet issue with lots of falling masonry, and I enjoyed it.


2 thoughts on “And Then I Read: DOCTOR FATE #8

  1. Bram

    Not to be That Guy, but it’s Moustafa. I was a latecomer to his High Crimes — his work there’s great, and you can see how he’s going to only get better.

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