Sunday, August 14, 2011

CBR Review: The Red Wing #2

I recently reviewed The Red Wing #2 for CBR and, in the process, wrote the following sentences: "The dueling narratives of The Red Wing make the second issue a study in contrasts, especially when the final page creates an even more interesting and dynamic dualism and juxtaposition. The first issue set up father and son, Robert and Dom Dorne, on parallel narratives. Robert, a pilot stranded in the past, and Dom, a new recruit trying to live up to his father’s reputation as one of the best pilots of the time travel fighters humanity uses to fight its war. Both are struggling to get where they want to be: for Robert, it’s home; for Dom, it’s a hero pilot. Within the huge concept of The Red Wing, this focus on the father and son grounds the book and makes it more accessible and enjoyable to read."

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