The story by Vicino maintains Aya's sharp characterization, and her disguise as a private detective is an ingenious addition, but Vincino devotes the lion's share of the tale to the murders, which despite his claims, are not as ingenious or as cool as he thinks. I also question a scene where Aya confronts the murderer but does nothing to stop her. The guy holsters his weapon, and Aya could have just karate chopped him in the back of the neck. She should have done something, at least slap a tracer on him. Read Full Review
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