Great dialogue, great pacing, great story. Until they hit a circus. Visions of weird travelling circuses filled with freaks, committing crimes and then moving on abound and have become something of a cliche by now, and it sure seems this circus is going to be just as run-of-the-mill as the others. Here's hoping Bedard has a bit of magic up his sleeve to make it stand out, but it's the first time in nine issues that I've cause for concern over the future direction of this series...fingers crossed! Read Full Review
Mr. Bedard is much better describing scenes of action than creating comedy. All the intended humor misfires. The deputies' lack of intelligence is more annoying than funny. Melchior's fate is downright mean and unjust. Predictably the only jokes available are those in the interaction between demons. Why is it that everybody thinks villains should be witty? Why can't the hero have a sense of humor? Read Full Review
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