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3.5 out of 5 stars
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on 7 July 2017
Very good read, if you enjoyed the series it's for you. Fills in quite a few gaps and answers a few questions you nay gave from the end of the to series. If you haven't seen the tv series it's going to mean nothing to you.
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VINE VOICEon 21 February 2013
Dollhouse volume 1 Epitaphs makes a solid addition to the Dollhouse series and explains a few concepts in more detail then the 'future' episodes of the show could.

Each of the characters comes across really well and match their TV counterparts. I would even say that there was room for new readers to enjoy this comic, although having the understanding of the series certainly helps and will be better appreciated by fans.

The artwork, for the majority, is strong and the few pages at the back with development sketches is a nice addition.

Overall really loved this and hope that there is more to come soon. Highly recommend.
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on 14 September 2013
Unfortunately the series only ran on TV for 2 seasons. Fortunately a comic was published with good drawings and colouring. The story is interesting and a good addition to the series, filling in some gaps and explaining a bit more (e.g. how it came that in the TV series epitaph, suddenly Alpha was to be trusted). Although I'm still not fully sure about the continuity of the story. See for yourself!
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on 21 April 2014
Excellent appendix to the series. Truth to tell, the arc played out in these pages is not really essential, but it captures a lot of the bleak wit and energy of the two season-finale episodes. Which is probably not surprising, given some of the writing talent working here.

That post-"Hollow Men" setting comes with in-built limitations - after the tech apocalypse, there's less room for character development and nuance than in the show's present-day segments, and the lack of series leads for most of the the comic's run possibly lessens its emotional impact slightly.

But for anyone who loves the story that Dollhouse told, it's a valuable bonus. Definitely worth a read.
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on 3 April 2013
Great continuation to the TV series written by writers of the show!

Whedon and Dollhouse fans alike will love it
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on 30 November 2013
I bought this comic book with a selection for a xmas present for my son, and on arrival, not only was the corner of this book damaged, along with another, but it has no cellophane around it, leaving me doubtful of it's "new" condition. The box they came in was not damaged in any way.
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on 7 March 2013
i loved the exploration into this side of the dollhouse series, the post apocalyptic world works really well, very interesting... i hope there is a part 2...soooon!! well written and drawn... Dark Horse Comics for the Win!!
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on 4 November 2015
Terrible quality artwork.
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