Timothy Truman continues to deliver a wonderfully realized environment for this story to take place in, as how can one not love the grim and gritty nature of the city? He manages to shift gears with the simple turn of a page, as the minute we enter the vampire nightclub, the horror movie element kicks full force. In fact, the sequence where the club owner prepares to feast upon a potential victim has a wonderful sense of energy to it that Grimjack's actions are almost an unwelcome intrusion. The art also wonderfully conveys the idea that Grimjack is not an unstoppable fighting force, as the art doesn't shy away from the panels where it's all too clear that our battle weary is getting his head handed to him. The big panel where Grimjack manages to win his battle against the hulking Lamprey entity was also a lovely piece of art, as it perfectly sells the inhuman quality of his attacker. Read Full Review
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