Doctor Mirage #2 from Visaggio & Robles Presents No Heroic Figure

In Valiant Comics’ Doctor Mirage #2 Mags Visaggio & Nick Robles tells the tale of a magic-wielding main character who acts more like a villain than a hero. She breaks into houses, steals things, and magically dispatches beings who do not even pose a threat to her.

 

The rules of the spirit world as presented by the book are also rather interesting. You appear as your idealized self, whatever that is, when you die.

 

The comic has a LOT of ads and severely lacks a compelling narrative or even a sympathetic character that would make you want to see what happens in the next issue.

 

And finally, the colors, done by Jordie Bellaire, are garish and jarring. In my video below, I go into some detail about what this comic really doesn’t work on many levels.

 

Doctor Mirage #2 makes improvements by still not a good read

Preston Poulter

I was Executive Producer for "Standoff at Sparrow Creek" which you can watch right now on Amazon Prime. I'm currently producing another movie this year. I also created the comic books, "White Lily" and "Guinevere and the Divinity Factory". Learn more about Pocket Jacks Comics and what we do and be sure to check out my Youtube channel for even more reviews.

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