Overall, this is a great read. All of the stories going on in this issue (I counted four) gracefully intertwined with one another without ruining the experience. It doesn't seemed force or tries to be clever because the book is naturally clever. This is great writing on the part of Daryl Gregory. He manages to keep you glued to the page at every turn, which isn't easy to do. The art is remarkable! Carlos Magno's technique is fresh and innovative. His style reminds me of a young Lenlil Yu only more detailed and grittier. This political, and religious, drama that takes this property to a whole other level is one you can't miss. Read Full Review
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