Jenkins' art still continues to blow me away with each issue. I love it when the book goes silent for a few pages if only because it shows how much trust Wiebe has in Jenkins to create the right emotions and mood. Lily's silent ascent of the building holding her next target is filled with tension and the resulting chase through Luzy and into the woods is fast-paced and action-packed. There's also an interesting use of crows as a visual motif in this issue. Crows are generally considered symbols of death or messengers from the underworld, so to see them at the beginning of the issue during Lily and Julien's drive towards Luzy and their presence in the forest while Lily hunts is a haunting visual reminder of how far Lily is willing to go to avenge her father. Read Full Review
In comics, fans love their powerhouse partnerships. The combination of a writer and artist producing a lengthy body of work that is consistently great is somewhat the foundation of the industry; while I don't know if Wiebe and Jenkins will go down as one of those duos, they did make this reviewer a fan of their work. I was a harsh critic in the beginning of this series and while I still stand by those criticisms, it's amazing to see where this series has gone. And it couldn't have gotten there without time and support; the support being very important because without it, this series wouldn't have had the time it needed to grow and become what it is today. It makes you wonder what other comic book series could be like if they were just given the same. Read Full Review
If theres one weakness and its borderline at best its that the issue is entirely Peter-free (with him having been captured at the end of the last) and whilst hes missed, Lily is more than capable of carrying the story forward, and the series as a whole shows no sign of slowing down any time soon. Read Full Review
Peter Panzerfaust #17 is a different entry in the realm of comics that might divide but truthfully shouldn't. Especially since it's a continually quality yarn that easily comes recommended. Read Full Review
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