Menton's artwork is equally moody and shadowy. He has captured the mood of a genre horror movie perfectly. Despite faithfully capturing the sterile clinical facility, he also captures with equal skill the humid, atmospheric pressure of abjection and revulsion. The FLY characters are shown in shadow and mist, although faithful readers will remember the appearance of the FLY, Menton is keeping the figure hidden, waiting for the correct moment for the big reveal. Read Full Review
While somethings in this series might come off wrong from what we've known to be true in the movies, this issue takes great care in exploring the mental state of a person during their transformation in a way that I never thought of and it really added a bit of legitimacy to the story that hasn't been felt since the beginning of the first issue. The art like the rest of the series is fantastic and while I might not be a huge fan of this series overall, this was definitely a step in the right direction. Read Full Review
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