Each and every page and panel is packed with detail, yet the backgrounds never clutter up the foreground action; there's superb pacing and exciting dialogue, the whole package works exceedingly well. My own doubt regarding this book is how essential it is to have read the first series before you can enjoy it - I loved the first trade, and got a real kick from this series, but I can see that new readers might feel a little overwhelmed with the amount of stuff going on here. However, it's good enough, and exciting enough, to draw you in, so I recommend giving it a shot. Read Full Review
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