Ultimately, this property's biggest problem is its creator's desire to tell multiple stories and to combine multiple genres. The book opens on a violent, weird otherdimensional plane. It sends the signal that this is the primary setting and these are the primary characters. In reality, it's Frame and Ross, introduced a few pages later, who are really at the center of the plot. The cult/organized crime angle is a tangential element that really has nothing to do with the main story. Furthermore, the whole book is a drawn-out origin story that offers little or no resolution. The storytelling lacks focus, and that scattered approach keeps the strengths in Higgins's work from fully emerging. Read Full Review
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