It's unfortunate that the remaining few pages ruin the effect a bit. I'll admit it's hard to follow along with the ongoing plot at times, and every time Casanova's father appears and Fraction starts throwing acronyms around like party favors my enjoyment starts to lessen. Sometimes Casanova is just more complicated than it needs to be. It's hard to complain too much, though. Fraction is very obviously telling exactly the story he wants to, and, for the most part, it's exactly the kind of story I want to read. Read Full Review
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