The art, by Davide Gianfelice, continues to effectively portray the kinetic nature of the storytelling, and action scenes, such as the shootout in this issue, are almost always easy to follow. There is a relaxed element to his art that draws attention to exactly where it needs to be. Subtle expressions are important when dealing with characters whose motives may not be what they seem, and Gianfelice is generally able to capture those elements. There are a few pages within this issue where the line work seems to break down just a bit too much, and there are some odd faces in a few panels. Overall though, the art does what the story needs it to. Read Full Review
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