If you're not a discerning comics fan with a taste for the off-beat, you might think you'd need to be a 3D compulsive (are you reading this, Sheldon Aronowitz?) to add Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Black Dossier to your collection for the 17 pages of full color anaglyph work by Ray Zone.
This complex graphic novel will make little sense to those who have not read the previous two installments in this series. Briefly, the concept here is that various fictional characters and situations from literature co-exist in the 'real' world; a group of such heroes is brought together by the British government to fight various menaces, similar to contemporary super hero teams like DC's Justice League or Marvel's Avengers.
But even if all that holds no interest for you, I'd still recommend the purchase of this hardcover if you are a fan of 3D comics and/or the patron saint of same, Ray Zone.
His work here, concluding the present story line in a fabulous "Blazing World," is exquisite. Having this section presented in 3D makes perfect sense in terms of the plot and is a spectacular conclusion to the book.
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