In fact most of the weaknesses of the story could have been glossed over if the dialogue and pacing were more exciting and flowed better. The lead character's internal monologue seems too forced, like she was trying too hard to make us feel sorry for her. The art does not help things. It isn't bad. It is just pedestrian. It tells the story but it does not increase the suspense or help set the mood too well. Even the scenes during the Carnivale in Venice don't look too impressive. The haunting cover of this issue gives us a hint of the decadence and danger of Venice but the interior art does not follow through. Read Full Review
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