We've had large casts of characters before, especially in the last nine-part arc with the battle of London, but what they work with here feels different. More complex and interesting because of the various connections that they have, the different approaches and style of dealing not only with the war effort but each other. Though it breaks down to just a few characters by the second half of it, there are a lot of good expansions brought in and exploration of the period and different ways and things people had to do to survive. Bennett continues to craft the book well to make it feel powerful and personal while Andolfo once again just dazzles with the design work, the facial expressions, and the layouts that makes it all feel so very smooth and engaging to read. Great stuf. Read Full Review
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