As the crew continues to track down their kidnapped classmates and the mysterious Hunters in the woods, we flashback to Calder on the opening night of Bay Point's rendition of "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
I can't say enough about this series. It not only continues to surprise me with each issue, but it maintains the same level of storytelling as the first issue. It doesn't have peaks and valleys of improvement, it's just slowly rising to the top; and that's where it will stay" at the top of my list. Read Full Review
It's rare that you really get to know characters the way that Tynion and Dialyas allow you to. Particularly as the perils of the woods push the adventuring party beyond their ability to hold back their true natures the series is growing more and more interesting. It doesn't quite match the highs of last issue, but it's exceptionally solid and well conceived. If you're not reading this series, it might be time to fix that. Read Full Review