This is still a comic that takes some getting used to as it is real raw and uncensored. The themes of greed, power, and exploration into what a hero really is can very easily get lost in the shock factor that Casey has thrown in our faces like some kind of monster dildo. I have noticed that the best issues have been the ones with the least sex strangely enough. But I think as the issues churn forward, that a happy medium has been reached allowing the reader to get through the shock and be in awe of the actual story. I could stand less of the close up images however. They are still just a little bit creepy. The story is getting interesting however with solid writing by Casey and excellent art (minus those damn close ups) of Kowalski. It is worth reading and slowly becoming a pretty good comic to read. Read Full Review
It doesn't always feel cohesive, but there's something still oddly compelling about Casey's willingness to substitute repressed sexuality for superheroics in a post-action treatise on "what happens after the shared universe concept?" Read Full Review
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