Carroll and MacNeil's Blood of Emeralds was one of last summer's highlights for me, more so than the Enceladus saga to be honest. The brash art droiding of Holden works well as a successor to MacNeil and any tale of dirty cops, terrorists and quasi-justice isn't going to be that hard to pick up. It's satisfying and sets the tone for what's to come without being inaccessible. More than that I can't really go into, but it's a big, bold opener that kicks off the prog in style. Read Full Review
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