I will credit this issue for a wonderfully moody cover image that manages to convey of wealth of visual information. However the interior art of Giuseppe Camuncoli had a flat quality to it that seemed to struggle with the idea of perspective, and clearly conveying the action on the page. The background elements lack a sense of dimension, and there's several moments where the action seemed to jump from one scene to the next with little rhyme or reason, as in one panel Tim is dodging a hail of bullets, and in the next he's treating an injured student, and then he's suddenly behind the wheel of his car. There are some nice little moments though, as Darla's facial expressions inside the limo manage to nicely convey the idea that she's a teenage girl. Read Full Review
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