The book starts and ends in brutal fashion, why also making great use of flashback and backstory. Dragotta is, as always, doing the lord's work on this book. Constantly complimenting the brutal nature of what Hickman articulates with a kinetic and unflinching style to match. This is a world I'd never want to live in, but one I sure as hell enjoy visiting that these cats create once a month. Read Full Review
Chamberlain takes the spotlight in this issue, and the results are predictably enjoyable. It never gets old seeing the silver-tongued Chamberlain talk circles around his rivals. But here we also get a better sense of his murky background and what his end-game is in this massive, post-apocalyptic conspiracy. Read Full Review
EAST OF WEST #32 is another great installment of my favorite "independent" series. Great art, impeccable writing and characterization aside, this issue spotlights one of (if not my number one) favorite characters of the series... Chamberlain continues to be the most layered member of the EAST OF WEST cast and his scheming and double-dealing is endlessly entertaining. Of course, the story, this issue, is also terrific.