I binged the first handful of issues of this book, because I love Josh Williamson’s work so I thought I would give this book a shot. I hadn’t been too big into the fantasy side of comics, so I wasn’t sure I was even going to like this book at all. But after thirteen issues, I can safely say that I look forward to this book coming out every month. The artwork is really solid, and this issue is no exception. The fight scene in this issue was so visually engaging, that I found myself taking SO LONG to read this book, because I was just pouring over each page and finding little things each time that drew my eye. I think that there is still a lot that this book has yet to reveal about what is REALLY going on, and from my point of view, there is no plan to quickly spill all the beans. I liked the fun moment with Mikey’s baby momma and his ACTUAL momma having a pseudo-bonding moment; which was pretty abruptly ended (which is a common occurrence in this book- things jump around a lot, which is to be expected with 3 current storylines, plus lots of flashbacks from two different worlds). This book has a lot to offer readers who aren’t just looking for a standard “high fantasy” book, because there is a lot more to this book than just orcs and some evil wizard-y overlord. The first two collected trades are out and have the first ten issues in them, so you could get caught up on this book pretty quickly and easily. So definitely check this book out. The first volume is the standard $10 Image volume, so it is not a big investment to give this book a shot.