Jerome Opena for this story takes a siesta, and Ponticelli's artwork jars the reader. I would not call it bad artwork, but it's more crowded, cartoony and less expressive with respect to the Sergio Leone cinemascope of Opena's lank figures and use of space. To be fair, this could be a rush job, and if so, it's fairly decent. Read Full Review
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