Damaged spends a good bit of time in working with Isaac here to show that he is ideally suited to be Henry's protege, but the type that you know Henry can control and direct for only so long. There's some good actions that they go through here to clean up the city a bit and we get the enforcement side as well as they deal with the fallout from it, both politically and privately as we see the wife of the mafia boss making her deals in order to gain power once things settle down a bit. But it all comes down to the more personal level and while Jack was largely kept out of the previous issue, he has some solid time and material here that cements the difficult position he's being put in by Frank, who himself has been in just that same kind of position for decades. There's no way that everyone " or anyone " can come out clean from this the further it goes on and that just adds to the tragedy of it all. Read Full Review
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