Casey Heying's artwork is pretty good, but I'm not sure how well-suited it is to sequential storytelling. He's got good designs and nice imagery for the characters, but everything looks somewhat like a still photograph rather than a lively, energetic adventure story. Then again, I don't know if that's so much Heying's fault as it is the color team. I'm gonna have to go try to dig up the first four issues (counting #0) of this series to try to give it a re-read. Until then, I'm not sure how I feel about it. Read Full Review
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