Sex has really been one of those surprise titles for me that I have found myself enjoying even though every instinct has told me not to. I can't help it though. Casey has drawn me in with a good story and Kowalski (minus the penis close ups) has put a more colorful approach to a dark crime filled city. It has been a stroke that has had me from the first issue I read. Here is to hoping that this issue will be the start of some good things to come (no pun intended"Well, maybe a little bit of pun intended). Read Full Review
I've been on board this series since Issue #1 and it's been one hell of a ride. There have been some really out there issues. Joe Casey and company depict a decrepit Saturn City with atrocious people clinging to debauchery. Simon Cooke can no longer fight for his beloved city, because well, he no longer has the mental capacity to be The Armored Saint. He's unwilling, as Quinn points out in her letter, to truly accept Saturn City for what it is. Keenan, on the other hand, has her faith and blessings. I love when I have no idea what direction a series is heading. One thing is certain, Casey is building up to something that is bound to make an explosion in Saturn City. It's safe to say that Sex will really keep your toes curling and craving more. (Seriously people, out of the gutters!) Read Full Review
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