Finally, we end with The Ten-Seconders. This story seems to change it's tone and theme each issue and Rob Williams offers no different this time either. In many ways, it's easy to draw natural parallels with many comic examples with this issue, but the tone and style of writing is unique enough. Even when in fantastical elements, The Ten-Seconders still has it's share of bleak themes, which goes well with the vibrant, yet dark, art of Edmund Bagwell. Read Full Review
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