Weldele's interiors are just as moody as ever. The tones are more even and the characters have more defined designs now than they had in the initial issues. In fact, it seems that as the series goes on, the art is becoming cleaner and better realized. I just wish that I can say the same for the actual narrative, which is moving forward, but feels like filler. Albeit, occasionally character-building filler. Read Full Review
Pariah #6 is a step back in the series as the focus remains on the characters I dislike the most, and as a result all the characters feel one-dimensional at best, and at worse calls into question their ability to truly comprehend the situation or work towards the best solutions. It started off with a lot of potential with the mention of a new home but then felt like it became stuck in orbit much like the way the space station was in the first issue where the hope was it didn't crash and burn. The work on a cure would've been impressive if the story progressed in a different direction that would open up new possibilities for them. However now it feels right back to square one without any true definition of what that is. Read Full Review
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