I'm a little concerned by the statement on the text page that Steve Griffin isn't going to be providing the pencil and ink art for the rest of the miniseries, as the visual look is a vital element of this series and I'm concerned that the change in artists might impact the story. However, this isn't a problem yet, and since Steve Griffin provides the full art on this issue I have to say I have no complaints to make regarding this issue, as it's a powerful display of high impact storytelling, and the art does a wonderful job of capturing the unique local that story plays out within. I mean how can one not love the opening sequence where Byrd picks up his new wheels, or the cute follow scene where Kahami is given a scare by Mo. The scene where Byrd is helped by his supernatural visitor also does a good job of capturing the ethereal quality of the sequence. Read Full Review
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