The last ink I reviewed was a green, so let's look at another. Private Reserve's DC Supershow Green is a bright, fresh green that looks great on good paper. It's shown here in a stub nib as well as a pretty wet fine nib, and the differences are pretty big. It's a much darker green from the small, wet nib of my Laban, and the stub shows the propensity of this ink to shade.
The generally wet flow from Supershow Green means that it's going to have a few problems if you use it on low-quality papers. It's prone to bleeding, feathering, and spread on them. On papers that are fountain-pen-friendly, though, you're going to get great performance (if slightly long dry-times).
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