Despite some missteps in terminology, Painkiller Jane still relates a supremely satisfying, fast paced story having an actual theme. None of the zeroth twenty-five cents issue is reincorporated in the pages, if that was a fear. The tale's focus on the title character reveals a strong, sparkly, introspective voice and consequently a resonance very few "newer" characters possess. Lee Moder's artwork continues to be a boon for Jane, and anatomy and proportion rendered in style eliminates the potential for visual sexism and allows the reader to better appreciate the heroics of Painkiller Jane. Read Full Review
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