I've always enjoyed the work of Dale Eaglesham, and I have to say this issue stands up as one of his best efforts, as the sheer brutality of the two individuals as they smash their way through the ruins of Philadelphia is wonderfully conveyed by the art, with the scene where one of them pummels the other to death being particularly effective display of their violent nature. I also enjoyed the fact that our hero doesn't come across as all that heroic in stature, as he's been graced with a receding hairline, and generally looks like a man one would find dumpster diving. The scene where the man's leg materialized inside the coffee table wasn't presented as clearly as it could've been though, as one's eye isn't instantly drawn to this important story detail. Read Full Review
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