After decades of questing, the Demon Knights have a lead on the resting place of the Holy Grailbut are they ready for what theyll have to fight through to get it? And has time run out on one knights immortal life?
Overall, this issue was nearly perfect. I loved the pencils and the vibrant colors we get in this issue and I felt the art really complimented the story as a whole. The issue itself is a perfect jumping on point for new readers because it launches a new story arc while maintaining the repercussions of the previous issue and previous arc in a way that is interesting and does not feel overbearing. The result is a really fantastic story that feels as if it comes alive through gorgeous pencils and vibrant colors. It is a comic that is bound to leave you laughing and entertained from beginning to end, and one I highly doubt would leave you disappointed. Read Full Review
Venditti's dialogue is bolstered by Chad Harden's pencils. Harden's figures speak as loudly as Venditti's words as he imbues each character with their own distinct body language. The sophistication of the inks and colors, provided by Wayne Faucher and David Curiel, dovetails nicely with Harden's art. All in all, it's beautiful book with great comedic moments and a cast of characters with strong personalities and distinct voices. It's definitely a book worth picking up if you're not doing so already. Read Full Review
Venditti hasn't earned enough of my loyalty such that I'd be willing to stay on a sinking ship, and issues like this can only convince me the decision to axe was the correct one. Dropped. Read Full Review
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