Elephantmen tends to jump directly into plot points and develop back story parallel to the main narrative, so I was a bit off put at first by the fact that this issue is mostly setup to looming larger conflicts. However, upon further reflection, I really enjoyed how controlled the pace of the issue was and absolutely loved the character interaction. Andrew Szymanowicz puts forth a strong effort here and shows great potential, though his work lacks the polish that fans of Elephantmen may be used to from the work of previous artists like Moritat and Read Full Review
Elephantmen is beginning to ramp up to something big. This issue is a step in that process as the pieces are moved around. We have several characters who receive a good push in their profile as we begin to see how this might shape out. The series is excellent and its issues like this one that just proves the real strength is in the character development and not just the battles and the psychological warfare that the Elephantmen seem to carry in every day life. This is a very good comic book. Don't miss this issue. Read Full Review
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