Of course, Ennis's ear for convincing dialogue and ability to direct military action would be for naught if he were paired with an artist who can't make his visions come to life on the page. Fortunately, P.J. Holden's more than equal to the task. While he conveys the action of midair combat and operations quite well, his characters boasts a more cartoony appearance, but that only serves to make them more likeable and relatable. Holden's style looks a bit like a cross between the styles of artists Carlos (Battlefields: Tankies) Ezquerra and Brian (Damned) Hurtt. The only visual aspect of the book that didn't quite work was the lettering, specifically for the narrative captions, which are presented as the main character's message to his father. Letterer Simon Bowland's attempt to give those captions a handwritten look is understandable, but it's difficult to read, as it's too faint and miniscule. Read Full Review
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