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Proof, Volume 1: Goatsucker, by Riley Rossmo, Alex Grecian

merixcil's review against another edition

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4.0

It's the old 'fairytales are REAL! and REALISTIC! and GRITTY!' thing but i think this is about the best I've ever seen it done. If magical realism without the magic sounds good to you then definitely check this book out. I'm particularly fond of the way fairies are presented here, and I think the idea of having one of the main characters be a cryptid who's so cryptid he doesn't know if he's the last of his species or not is pretty genius.

john_opalenik's review

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4.0

This is a great series. Bigfoot as a well dressed gentleman working for the government was a brilliant take on the legendary cryptid.

This volume introduces the characters and establishes a status quo within just two main storylines.

plaidbrarian's review

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2.0

Not bad, by any means, but it certainly didn't light a fire under me, either, since it's basically Hellboy Lite, and I'm not a big Hellboy fan, either.

ehawk's review

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4.0

new acquisition and read for me, this series is shaping up to be a lot of fun with a lot of mythological crossovers, crime fighting, and conservation all mixed in.
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