Bombshells continues to have a lot of things at play within any given story and as part of the work as a whole and I like what this particular issue does. While breaking it into two halves rather than an A-plot and B-plot, each gets the time they deserve to be explored and what they represent without the whiplash effect of moving between them within a page. Bennett catches us up on the overall Zambesi history well and then digs into the complicated person that is Selina. And Ortiz handles the very different ideas well, with some wonderful layouts for the flashback of Zambesi before doing some larger panel layouts for what's going on between Kate and Selina so that they loom large yet surprisingly and strongly personal. Very good stuff all around once again that has me excited to see what's next. Read Full Review
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