Tim Truman is a wonderful artist and his work on this book acts as a lovely showcase for his work, as Grimjack races around a wide variety of different locations in his bid to escape the Wraiths. From the delightfully dirty looking confines of Methane Alley to the scene where we get our first look at the perfectly named Romeroville and its undead inhabitants, the art does a lovely job of jumping from one local to the next. I also enjoyed seeing one dimension shifting out of phase and another one coming in to take its place. The training sequence in the second half of the book is also well presented, as the art nicely conveys that Grimjack and his opponent don't believe in pulling their punches. I also have to give the art full marks for managing to make Grimjack's 1980s look work in the present day, as frankly this is the only time where a beret actually looks somewhat cool. However, I do believe I'll be able to hold off the impulse to run out and buy one for myself. Read Full Review
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