Timothy Truman deserves a lion's share of the credit for the success of the ninja mimes, as not only are these killers quite unsettling visually, but the art also captures the gimmick, as I loved that panel where Grimjack's bullets were bouncing off the invisible wall. There's also a pretty nice sequence where the vampire club owner discovers that Grimjack has been busy upstairs, as the panel where she storms up the stairwell sells the idea that Grimjack had best be making tracks. The art also does some nice work on the facial expressions when the character visits Munden's Bar as there's a cute little moment where Jo reacts to the arrival of her ex-husband, and I also enjoyed Grimjack's reaction shot to when Jo declares she's married. I also enjoyed the battle in the final pages, as Grimjack has to step in to rescue Jo from a gang of gangster demons. The cover visual also nicely reflects the action inside, as the ninja mimes are captured in all their unsettling glory. Read Full Review
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