It's becoming less and less frequent that Mark Bagley's art really impresses me. Particularly with this issue, much of the visceral excitement is saved for the back-up tale. Tom Derenick, on the other hand, is rising to the occasion admirably. His art is probably the most detailed I've seen in the series, and certainly the most dynamic. Sure, many of his characters look like they're stowing a wad of chewing tobacco in their lower lips, but I can forgive that. Truly, Derenick's art is about the only thing in this series I still find enjoyable. Read Full Review
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