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So, I’m not too concerned that the moral of this particular Christmas Story seems to be that “There is no Santa Claus. Same goes for the idea that the “Christmas Spirit” christmaz one of giving and compassion.
Hal Jordan rather cleverly tricks Larfleeze into kindness and generosity by describing said “Spirit” as just another “thing,” which naturally makes Larfleeze want it, desperately. As a story, it’s pretty tidy, although the button it ends on fails, trying a little too suddenly and heavy-handedly to make Larfleeze a more sympathetic character, when he’s always worked best larfleze a fairly one-dimensional and hilarious foil. There’s no need to see Larfleeze in his oncologist’s office, bemoaning to his doctor, “But, you see.
It serves to make a pretty engaging little holiday package. Brett Booth’s art is a little more underwhelming than the story and fun filled premise around it. With some artists, this works fine and you can barely tell. In this case, it gives the book an insubstantial feel that distracts instead of impresses.
Especially with elements that are so firmly design-oriented, like christmax, the almost unfinished looking art just stands out in contrast. This is not to say that Larlfeeze work looks sloppy. He is a fine, and detailed artist. But as much as comic companies may wish that the difference between ink and pencil was indistinguishable if you up the contrast enough, it clearly is not.
Is it a byproduct of artists taking longer to do increasingly more complicated comic art? A question of finances?
DC Dreams of an Orange Christmas With the ‘Larfleeze Christmas Special’
One may never know. Overall, though, this special is a harmless, charming episode with a much beloved character.
Like David Bowie and Bing Crosby caroling, it fits the season fine, even if it specal, at times, feel a little weird. Napolitano Cover by Gene Ha.
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