Karl Moline excels in both the down to earth scenes and the scenes inside Cassie's plane of existence. The way in which the inky phantom approaches Cassie brings to mind a cartoon-like environment which is jarringly shattered by violence. The exotic look given to the New Orleans setting suits the city and contrasts the stark murder scene. The various shades to Cassie's personality brilliantly evoke her astonishing evolution and potency as a force for change but never lose sight of her characteristic look. You expect greatness from the artist of Fray, and this is what you get. Read Full Review
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