Longtime fans will be happy to know that McKeever doesn't do anything earth shatteringly different in his first issue. It's still the characters you know and love and the plot continues a storyline from earlier this year, but there are differences in the execution. The dialogue isn't quite as snappy, but the most notably change is the seriousness of final third of the book. While Simone was never afraid to broach serious events, she would shy away from being too heavy-handed. McKeever's approach shouldn't be considered good or bad just because it differs slightly from Simone's, but it does give you an indication of where the title is going in the short term. Hopefully some of the concepts he introduces reach their full potential… Read Full Review
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