The morose orange on the single panels of Warren and the purple of the shared screen panels worked to heighten the tension and emotion as well. While the first arc of this series was a wonderful introduction, this arc has undeniably been a fleshing out and a development of what makes this ensemble tick, and it featured quite a bit of set-up for future stories as well. Pick it up if you're interested in seeing some great character moments and an over the top villain origin story, but really you should pick up both trades and just start following this series already. It's already a classic in my book. Read Full Review
This is a hard title to love. It has been up and down on the review scale. And I for one am one of those that didn't quite get where the story was going. But somewhere around issue #9 or so, things began to churn forward and really become an interesting cutting edge comic for surpassing what expectations might have been. It is good, and it has been good for the last several issues. Only time will tell when this keg of decadence will explode. I know I am ready to see it. Read Full Review
In the meantime, this was one of the strongest issues to date! Dolph and Cha-Cha steal the show, manipulating Junior in such a devastating way. It's a sequence guest-illustrated by Chris Peterson that's smartly wedged into their grand gestures in the pits of a club. Junior does pull a bit of a Season 4 Tyrion, if you'll pardon the expression, but overall it's another solid issue that showcases Saturn City as a living breathing entity full of many moving parts and players. Read Full Review
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