Readers will no doubt draw comparisons between Complex and obvious influences such as The Prisoner and The Stepford Wives, and although those associations are appropriate, there is still so much left to uncover, so many questions raised, that it is still far too early to pass off any hasty equations. As it stands, Complex is a puzzle box of brilliant potential, complementing a masterfully written script with absolutely gorgeous artwork, presented in a highly digestible package of delicious intrigue that should have fans of great storytelling salivating over its next installment. Read Full Review
Both issues are free so you can’t argue with that price. I encourage you to check them out for yourself and give the creators some feedback. I personally think that the structure of the first issue was better suited for the story, but understand moving the comic from the web to a digital issue format can be a different challenge. I’m curious to check out the third issue and see if there is some balance found after these two issues, but for the most part I enjoyed the series. Read Full Review
Both story and art start off a little slow or almost sloppy, but I confess by the end I was intrigued as to where this book was going, and really pulled in to the world of Complex. It's easy to see why Alterna decided to publish this and get this story out to the world. Read Full Review
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