I noted earlier that Potter's Field is in keeping with the quality and even mood of previous Boom! releases, but it also follows another familiar pattern for this publisher. This opening issue reads like a pilot for a TV series. I wouldn't be surprised to learn the book was crafted in part as a pitch for other-media treatment. The publisher has had some success in that department, with Talent and Tag being optioned by Hollywood types. Does that detract from the reading experience? Well, that awareness/suspicion is ever so slightly distracting, but overall, supposition about the book's purpose doesn't change the fact that it's solidly entertaining. Read Full Review
At the end of Potters Field readers will be left with more questions than answers about John Doe and his mysterious mission. However, this first issue is told in such an entertaining fashion that readers will actually want to know more. Read Full Review
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