With the standard run of pages here, I am once again amazed and loving the way John Byrne accomplishes so much. Frankly, few comics in the last decade feel as well paced, engaging and exciting as this work does. It's not stretched out or drawn into pointless dialogue but it doesn't feel rushed even as so much happens. Within this book you get so much going on and nods towards other events that will intersect and ties to past events that your head can spin from it all. But it treats you like a proper audience, not pandering, giving action that fits the story, character motivations and quirks that are honest and a look at the struggle that they face. It's wordy without being a drag and the visuals are fantastic with a great sense of motion and carry through. Fans of what has come before may find that the end of the previous run gave us closure, but what Byrne is offering here is hugely tantalizing and shows a man that continues to be at the top of his game. Read Full Review
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