Norton's character design is absolutely top notch. The Cypress sisters have those tiny details that speak volumes, like Emma's rag doll smile or Dana's awesome bones and wings hoodie (very 90s but I would still wear it). It isn't just the stars who are compelling, even the supporting characters are distinct, which in turn lends credibility to Seeley's world. There is a utilitarian simplicity to the horror of the burned man that plays to the strength of comics. His voice in my head is perfect. It is inhumanly charred. And watching him digging a hole in the earth, I become so glad for comics, where you get to both see and imagine" the best of both worlds. Read Full Review
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