In the end, Costa and Fuso do a brilliant job matching their overarching conceit with their experimental framework, making for a memorable installment in what is quickly becoming one of the best licensed interpretations in recent memory. The disconnect between the rigorously structured frame and the comparably combustible story makes for a poignant assault on the senses—in the process transmuting Cobra Special #1 into an instant classic and the type of book you'll undoubtedly want to re-read and dissect many times over. Read Full Review
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