Nothing about this calls to me as a reader or makes me want to dig into it to learn more. Whit and Wisty are incredibly bland characters, drawn by artist Victor Santos in the style of Darwyn Cooke but minus the understanding of anatomy or staging of action. The characters do a lot of running and talking, there's a magic hellhound, and ghost children, and still it feels completely non-essential. What's on display here has completely dissuaded me from exploring any further issues, and I'd advise you to save your valuable reading time for something else. Read Full Review
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