As usual, Darrick Robertson's art is well suited to this gritty, grimy world of not-quite-heroes, even if I don't feel we're seeing his best work. Robertson's work tends to suffer greatly when rushed (just take a look at his issues of 52) and that seems to be the case here. I understand the need to do occasional work outside a time-consuming, multi-year series like this, but I'd much rather read one well-drawn Darrick Robertson book every month or two than a handful of sloppy ones. Maybe it's just me. Read Full Review
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