Byrne's artwork has never been better, and he doesn't just impress with pyrotechnics or Batman's mystique. He creates an opening scene that beautifully captures exactly what's going on in the panels. He shows the strain in the Demon's limbs without spotlighting his face as he tries very hard to break something in half. Later, Byrne displays witty visuals for which he is not known. Blood of the Demon is laced lovingly with black humor in the dialogue and the display, and Byrne just doesn't miss a beat. Read Full Review
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