Review: Ether #1

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EtherIt’s strange for me sometimes to read a Matt Kindt book where he isn’t doing the art. I realize he’s made them, and his writing can stand on its own, but he leaves big shoes to fill as an artist in Ether #1. Well, I am happy to say that David Rubin rises to the occasion in a big way. One of the first things you’ll notice is the fantastic cover (the Lemire variant is also beautiful) where our hero, Boone is split between both Earth and the magical realm of Ether. It really catches the eye and is one of my favorite covers I’ve seen in awhile. I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but it is hard not to with comic books, and this cover should get people’s attention. Rubin’s art inside the book is just as good. He brings everything to…

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