Normally I don't go out of my way to comment on a cover that I didn't care much for, but I have to say this issue's cover had a crudely rendered appearance that I found a bit odd, but even worse the image is guilty of spoiling the big surprise of this issue's cliff-hanger moment. As for the interior art Dale Eaglesham continues to deliver some solid work on this series, from the visual impact of the credit page, to the scene where Reed returns to the motel to discover the remains of Wayne. The art also does an effective job capturing the emotions of the characters, with Matt's unthinking rage on full display in the opening pages of this issue, as is the anguish of Reed as he comes to realize he's losing this fight. The visual impact of the final page is also nicely done even if the cover did manage to spoil the surprise factor it might've had. Read Full Review
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