When one is relieved to see the statement "to be concluded" on the final page then chance are an idea has overstayed its welcome. However, unlike most times, this time my disinterest in the material stems from a lack of forward momentum. I mean yes Jon Lewis' work takes longer to read than most comics, as he's one of the most verbose author this side of Chris Claremont. However, much like the aforementioned writer Jon Lewis spends a great deal of effort on the little details that the reader simply doesn't need to know, while his stories move forward at a snail like pace. His work also has a disjointed quality to it as ideas are interjected into the material with next to no set up (e.g. the involvement of Hertha Santilena, Stephanie's decision to call the woman's mother). Still, the work does show a pretty good understanding of it's two lead characters, and it also features some intelligent detective work by Tim which is always welcome. Read Full Review
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