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I bought that comics book due it's art, Mark Beachum produced a pleasant masterpiece! Fist time I saw Syphons was in the 90's and the original art of the comic book has some sad cleanings, but this version don't, it's faithful on what Mark produced!
Frankly, I don't think I would have been into this series were it not for the pencils of Mark Beachum. The guy is just the bomb when it comes to panel work and his style really keeps things flowing. Obviously he has a love for the female body, there is more to his work than the usual camel-toe shots he has become infamous for.
Mark Beachum made a reputation for himself before the collapse of the comic book industry as the master of the female form. Few artists could match his loving lines of naked femininity. Maybe Peter Hsu (of Quadrant fame) was as good, but no one else comes to mind as I type this.
Razmataz has all of the subtlety of a blunt instrument, but that is exactly what this type of story requires. I would expect nothing else. A myriad of action, sex and dreamscape, RAZMATAZ is for mature readers who love this genre.
Underappreciated and absent from the comic book medium for too long, it is time more people experienced Beachum, who knows more about sequential storytelling than most modern comic book artists can ever hope to learn. This would be a good start, for those of you who are 18 or older. Also check out ALIENZKIN and SYPHONS.