Carlos D'Anda's work is a bit rough around the edges, and truth be told I was a little disappointed that it continually had the characters moving through featureless voids to avoid having to deliver background visuals. It also seemed to be a bit tentative when it came to the delivery of the big impact visuals, like the scene where Grace stops the prison van, or the final confrontation between Grace and man who made her childhood a living nightmare, as his idea of impact is to repeat the same two images over and over. Now there are some solid images to be found in this issue, as the page where Shift's cover is blown the art does a nice job of conveying the explosion of powers that ensues, and while I didn't care much for how the story victimized the character, the raw emotion of the final scene with Lian was undeniable. The cover image was also quite powerful, and it's a shame Roy's emotional state wasn't reflected as well inside the book. Read Full Review
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