First off I have to give credit to this issue's cover image as while it's a rather simple image, it's also a very powerful visual that does a great job of selling the sense of urgency that the main plot inside attempts to deliver. As for the interior art, Phil Hester turns in a solid effort, as while there's not much action to be found in these pages, the art turns in some memorable visuals from the Brick's emergence from his house to face to waiting police, to the scene where Green Arrow threatens to start up a bonfire using criminals as the fire wood. There's also a cute visual where we see the dummy that the Brick used to send Green Arrow a message. I still have a problem with Phil Hester's inability to deliver the female face though, as the squared jaws that he gives them remain a continual visual distraction. Read Full Review
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