Bergen is adept at weaving a most compelling yarn and his clever and artful juxtaposition of words and delicious, provocative images makes for a visual feast. Time spent in the world of Trista & Holt is like time spent in the cool dimness of an exclusive disco club, a shadowy noir realm populated by beautiful people glimpsed in the flash of strobe lights, neon, and yes, the occasional flash of gunfire. Read Full Review
By the end of this issue, from start to finish you get a feeling that if these two can survive the chaos and gun fights, then they can make it through anything. A metaphorical meaning to many relationships, but this time Trista and Holt physically dodge bullets and kept trusting in each other. Again, you don't need to go back to understand this issue, but if you want to get the full experience of this photography-as-panels comic, then you should read the photography school's artistic-noir comic from issue one. Not to mention this comic kicks off at a funeral for one of the family's fallen and you can be assured this is the calm before another bloody storm. Read Full Review
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