Diana has opted to play a watcher's role in the Cheetah's transfer to her new home-in a psychiatric unit. But the best intentions of the Domaine family don't actually make their plan to save Debbi safe for the city! "Our Little Dance" part 2 of 2.
I wish I could say that this issue was as good as the first. It's not, but only because Adam Beechen sets up so much but gives us little resolution. It does continue with the "real world" feel of the story, but just left me wanting more...like we missed part of the story. While I was disappointed, the art by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez was great and I'm still glad to have read this two-part story. It just ended up being good when it had the chance to be something really special. Read Full Review
There's not a lot in the way of story here, especially compared to the first installment, but the book mostly gives me what I was hoping for based on the first issue. It's mostly given over to the action and it's well presented here, making for some really good sequences. Particularly since there's a sense of just showing it and not saying it for a few pages where there's no dialogue and it's all about the movements and actions. The story itself comes to a close predictably and we're basically back at the beginning in a lot of ways, but it plays to the usual trope of superheroes and their villains, especially with Diana saying that she hopes that the rage of most villains continues to be focused on those who wear costumes like herself. While I hope this series continues to try and find interesting voices and angles to present, I really hope they angle back more towards some of the more creative and fun aspects as well we had for awhile. Read Full Review
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