Dale Eaglesham turns in a solid effort on this final issue, as it's an action heavy affair and he more that meets the visual demands of the material. From the opening credit page shot where Robby is burying the villain's head in the side of the building, to the aftermath shot of the battle, the art does a wonderful job of capturing the sheer impact of the material. Now the scene where Robby has one of his fingers burned off wasn't presented as clearly as I would've liked to see, and the helicopter rescue could've been more dramatic visually, but for the most part the art managed to hold up it's end when it came to keeping the excitement level high. The art also manages to nicely sell the idea that the villain has mental control over Allen, as the man's sudden eruption of violence against his daughter was a truly unexpected development, but the art nicely details why Allen changed from a loving father, to a crazed loon. Read Full Review
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