Azaceta's noir approach is ideal for this property. His work is so strong that his name alone is enough to get my interested in a comic book these days. His sketchy, loose but realistic style - reminiscent of the work of such artists as Tommy Lee Edwards, John Paul Leon and Michael Lark - really brings the dark, edgy side of New York City to life, and it conveys the vulnerable mortality of the characters caught up in Waid's mystery. I also loved the Mignola-esque corpse that grabs the eye on the first page. Colorist Nick Filardi does an amazing job of reinforcing the dark, tense moods that the linework establishes as well. Read Full Review
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