wish could go on forever. The sense of love and remembrance permeate the pages of this tale and engage the reader like nothing else out there. You shouldn't just buy one issue of this book (it's all going to charity anyways), instead, give the other copy to someone you love who just doesn't understand comic books. Explain to them how the death of one of the industry's youngest talents brought together an entire industry and they lovingly dedicate the issue to him, and how this is how he will be remembered. It's almost impossible not to be moved by this tale. We all have lost someone in our lives we care about, and this story brings that sense of loss and love to the forefront and how "you don't forget them if you tell stories about them." Truer words were never spoken. Read Full Review
Given that its months away before Jeph Loeb has any new projects coming out, I hope he takes the time to gather himself and refocus his energy. Delays of his books aside, their quality just isnt what it once was. Its understandable and worth our sympathy, but it still doesnt make for good comics. Read Full Review
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