Finally, we have Stickleback. The most notably aspect here is definitely the art by D'Isreali. Its black and white, but its very, very bright when it wants to be. The sheer contrasts and definition gives it a strong unique appeal. Unfortunately, Ian Edington is writing a slow-roller; this opening issue doesn't spill much, and its not making complete sense straight away; definitely one to keep an eye on. Read Full Review
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