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Lizzy By Remco "ChainiaC" Ketting

Set in the fictional world of Antigea, the story revolves around Lizzy, a bored teenager in a dusty small town. Soon however she will be able to board a ship sent by the enigmatic Cybent Sapiens wich claim to rule all of Antigea, and travel to the bustlin
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Kenneth Ashcraft's Review of Lizzy
This is an outstanding comic that should be in print and has mind blowing art!

If you want some awesome eye-candy this book has got it! The style of the page layouts and the colorization are beyond professional. Two thumbs up for this book! PLEASE READ IT!!! You wont be dissapointed!

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Stan Yan's Review of Lizzy
This is one of those webcomics that pushes the envelope of the definition of comics.

Granted, this title hasn't been around very long yet, but I'm completely impressed!  If you take the time to click through to the interactive site, you'll experience a whole different comic reading experience, complete with audio and the works.

I believe the groundwork that John Barber laid over at ModernTales with his New York, New York title, combining clickable interactivity and animation, Lizzy furthers with audio.  Unlike much of what CrossGen did with their online comics, the audio doesn't seem weird, since there are no voice actors stiffly going through a page of script, and the interactive nature of Lizzy allows you to read at your own pace.  I think where CrossGen fell flat in eliminating so much of the comic reading experience of filling in what you as the reader imagined the voices to be (they went too far), I think Lizzy succeeds in being the happy medium -- just enough gimmickry to make it fun, but I still get to read the comic the way I want to.  Plus, since this title feels like it's made for the web, I'm not squinting to read or angry that an interactive word balloon covered over someone's face so I could read it on a painfully sized-down image that is nothing more than a glorified advertisment for buying the hard copy.

Of course, I haven't even mentioned the art -- wowwee.  Nice stuff.  I'm looking forward to seeing where this story goes.

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