I can already sense that many potential readers are losing interest in following this series on a monthly basis. I can't exactly blame them. I do think that if issues #1 and 2 were bundled together the overall impression might have been better. However, it's too late for that. I'll continue to give this book a chance for now, but I can't promise I won't join the ranks of the trade-waiters eventually. Read Full Review
These rest of the issue is otherwise excellent. Moore does a great job with his compositions and narrative. They're both much improved over the first issue. There's a scene in particular with Julie and her dog that grounds this book with a lot of realism. We get more of the government conspiracy, and a new player enters the story who will most likely become Julie's adversary. There's a lot to like about this issue, but I'm just not convinced (yet) that this is a title that will read well on a monthly basis. That's not necessarily a bad thing – Scalped and Walking Dead are similar books that read much better in trade form – so we'll see. Read Full Review
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