On art, Jason Pearson's work is likewise a huge step up from the quality of last week's issue. Pearson brings the right sense of creepiness to the proceedings, and nails every nuance in the above-mentioned brilliant scene. This is a one-shot well worth the cover price – flaws and all – if only because it's fascinating to see a young writer who hasn't quite ironed out his craft, but is pretty damn close. Read Full Review
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