Vortex reaches its ending as Munroe, Dixon, and Cheron try to make it back to our solar system with Andersen close on their tales. Does it make for a good ending?
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Vortex brings Dixon and Cheron into confrontation with Andersen aboard the Bensen. Unfortunately, Andersen has been busy. Can Dixon stop him? Is it a good read?
In this installment of Vortex, Dixon and Taylor's team encounters the inky mass that has infested the mining facility. Is it a good read?
John Carpenter's Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex #4 continue Dixon and Taylor's exploration of the mining facility. They have been left reeling from the discovery of Sinclair still alive. Is it a good read?
John Carpenter's Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex #3 Review: Further Character Development as Tension Ramps Up
Things take a strange turn on the space station as Dixon and Taylor take a team to investigate the mining facility once more. Does Vortex #3 make for a good read?
In other words, the ending does what it's supposed to do. Dave Kennedy's artwork continues to be atmospheric and darkly gorgeous His characters show a lot in body language and expression, and the environment is cold and foreboding Pete Kennedy keeps things dark and cold with the color work, and the two give us a visually[...]
It's also pretty creepy, which is good. The Milton Paradise Lost epigraph at the beginning and end is trying to push for drama a little too hard, but that is a minor nitpick. Dave Kennedy's artwork is great, providing a lot of detail, appropriate shading, and intensity in its own right The color work, also done by[...]
It's not a groundbreaker and it won't stick with you like the very best comics do, but it's an entertaining diversion with the kind of twist that is typically found in old TV serials like the Twilight Zone or Outer Limits minus the science fiction/supernatural elements. In fact, since the entire setting of the story[...]