Having embraced her birthright, Tracey Winters taps into her power to set the world right-by whatever means necessary. And if she is anything like her father-now the vengeful Requiem-those means can be very bloody...
The mix of familiar and very weird works magically for this series. It's a highly individualistic title lost in a crowd of many other equally unique comic books. Suicide Risk is as good as anything else on the racks, and that's saying something because there's a lot of frickin' good comics right now. Read Full Review
I don't want to disparage a series I've been such a fan of, but this has probably been one of the weakest and most skippable installments they've put out. If you're not following and considering starting, I would say wait for next issue to jump on, because I have high hopes that I'm sure won't be disappointed when Leo and Requiem duke it out on a psychic plane next month. Leo reuniting with his family was nice, but after the way Requiem's been behaving with his face, it rang a bit false for me. Let's hope next month brings about a visually vibrant, climactic battle of the selves that we know we want. Also hope the Men of Gold's nefarious plot is cooler than they've been these past two issues. Bring on some more mystery and spectacle! Read Full Review
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