Despite its minor flaws, I cant mark this book down. While not as outstanding as the Cooke or Allred issues, theres still too much to love and too much to recommend in its entire 48 pages. This is the kind of book you find yourself flipping back through over and over after youve read it, and in an industry where a single issue can barely stand on its own anymore outside of a collection, rereadability is a trait that should be more recognized. This issue succeeds both as a showcase for Hamptons work as well as an advertisement for what hes capable of. Read Full Review
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