What struck me the most about this comic was the artwork. Tanya Roberts's style seems at first like a bad fit for the subject matter, but her expressive, cartoony approach to the characters make them more likeable. Despite the downtrodden elements serving as the foundation for the premise, Roberts ultimately brings an uplifting tone. Her style reinforces the sense of fun that's really the book's best asset. Her character designs could use a little retooling. Mackie's facial scruff seems to clash with the boyish look that Roberts has crafted for him, but it's a rather minor gripe, to be honest. Her linework is a bit rough and loose, but it works in the context of the post-plague backdrop in which the characters find themselves. Read Full Review
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