Bryan Glass and Michael Avon Oeming have a nice story developing here – I just hope they don't slow down the momentum; unlike the first two issues, there's less story progression. The issue is meaty, though – coming in with 26 pages of story, plus a few more pages of supplemental material. At $2.99 it's a heck of a deal. Read Full Review
Templar is definitely different enough from Guard at this point that I think each can sutain its own audience. However I belong in the Guard group as its artistic style and approach to storytelling work better for me. You have to respect the ambition on display here though as well as the "legend" being developed. Read Full Review
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