A powerful new foe has the whole gang trapped in Merlotte's, and their only hope of survival is to swap stories that reveal their deepest, darkest secrets. This issue offers a tale from Sookie and the beginnings of one from Eric. Sookie's tale isn't terribly dark, but it does shed some light on her character. I'm even more intrigued to see where Eric's tale might be headed. The only thing holding this series back at the moment is the visuals. David Messina's interior work is less precise and detailed than his covers. His actor likenesses aren't half bad, but as is usually the case the attempts at photo-realism result in some unnatural and awkward shots. Far better is the art in Sookie's flashback, where Messina and collaborator Elena Casagrande aren't bound by those same restrictions. Read Full Review
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