After the tragic events of last issue, Cyrus Perkins has gone from aimless Taxi Cab Driver to amateur Detective. Teaming with Michael, the ghost boy trapped in his car, Cyrus speeds into mystery, danger, and a conspiracy too twisted for words!
It's rare to have the second issue be better or in this case just shine a bit brighter than the first issue, but it does happen. This is the first example I can think of this year, but it happens. If you missed the first issue, then you should go back and grab it. This is actually a standout series this year and though it's a mini-series I'm enjoying it and I'm glad that such a unique comic is being published. I'll be back for more and in the meantime you should get caught up on what's proving to be one of the best breakouts of 2015. Read Full Review
What I love about the writing is that Dwonch really gets across that he understands how grief displays itself in our lives in all the different ways. Either in how Cyrus is at home, deep in thought, still lingering on how ultimately he couldn't save Micheal's life or how Micheal's own mother gazes at pictures of her son throughout the years and doesn't force herself to hold back the tears. Read Full Review
This second issue ends up being a great follow up to the first. We get to see solid character development with a little drama and comedy. The issue was smartly written while the art helped established our characters and shifted tone from serious to fun in a drop of hat with no real feeling of disorientation. With a new mission statement and deeper purpose for Cyrus, the book has set itself up an intriguing status quo that involves mystery and seeing the best in people. It was a fun ride. Read Full Review
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