Moore's soft linework makes for some thoroughly attractive characters, but the realistic leanings in his style also makes the drama and danger in the plot seem more engrossing and credible (despite the incredible notions that serve as the threat). He successfully conveys ivy's increasing youth, which is a key plot element that brings a sense of urgency to the story. And the backgrounds - wow. Moore demonstrates his versatility as an artist by rendering the minute detail of a massive collider facility while in the same issue capturing the tranquil qualities of a northern, snow-capped chalet. It's for these reasons and more than when a new issue of Echo is released, it's always one of the first comics I read when I get home from the comics shop. Read Full Review
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