Bombshells spends some great time in flashback mode here that really delivers some good expansion for Kate and firming up the kind of relationship that she had with Renee. Sandy Jarrell's style of artwork is certainly different from the others that work on this series, being more angular than curved, but it's one that works just as well. I loved the big splash page with the whole Romeo & Juliet feeling about it and just the way that Kate and Renee move and look at each other during the flashback. Selina's time at the start of the book is just as wonderful with how she's represented and there's a lot to like in seeing the small but important expansion of the characters backgrounds here. Read Full Review
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