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Genre: Sci-Fi
Date Added: 7 July 2011
Last Update: 17 September 2012
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A Murder Mystery On Mars!

Current synopsis by: dpat57
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skythorn 3/5
It\'s 94 pages in and a good pacing for a work that has strong flavour of a Golden Age sf story. A detective, a rough prospector, a robot and a mystery. The armed forces, a utopian future that is not so utopian and a side order of the questions of existence.

Very competent

Artwork - Enthusiastic 3D rendering without going super-realistic. While it\'s not too pefect, it\'s also not too amateurish. It conveys the story most admirably.
Colouring - Competent.
Plot - Fair to good. A sympathetic rendition of the golden age of SF, where the nuts and bolts of technology was hidden behind facades of gleaming performance rich chassis\'s - it\'s well written for what it\'s purpose is.
Character work - I give it good marks here, it remind me of some early Dr Who (The Robots of Mars for example) where technology that has sentience is questioning it\'s place in a world of questionably biological dominance. the unfolding is well done, and the characters, for being 2 dimensional vectors of interaction, perform their roles well. We are not looking at a Nobel prize in literature, but we are looking at how a story is conveyed through the work. Very well done IMO.
Worldwork - Based on a near reality to ours, is open and serious. Good.

Rating : *** (3 stars)

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