Augustin Padilla's artwork s similarly outlandish and fun, with plenty of scratchy blacks and bulging muscles that capture the '90s aesthetic well without falling prey to the more glaring faults of the time. In short, Hama and Padilla offer enough classic G.I. Joe goodness to keep readers hooked. I continue to look for signs that Hama is still willing to push the envelope, and that this arc won't reach the simple, happy conclusion it seems poised to do. Read Full Review
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