Neither story had fleshed out characters, but the first managed to impress and be enjoyable. It does not have a lot of depth, but the story is dark and creative with glimpses of great artwork. Hoyt and Frank are budding characters that have not yet blossomed into full-fledged personality wielding people, but this is a good start to something that could be great. Read Full Review
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