Once again, writer Joe Keatinge leaves readers with no clue as to where the story will go next. It is clear that a conflict with Prospero is drawing closer, but the back of issue #20 teases “the final three” in reference to the last of thesiblings Kate doesn't know. Other characters like Cassius and Chris Kristopher Sr. have been noticeably absent from the narrative, building a sense of intrigue regarding their whereabouts. Despite all the answersShutter has given, it largely remains a mystery. Read Full Review
Del Duca's art is always a treat, especially with the added Tintin homage in this issue (big Herge fan here). And Keatinge's writing continually gets better and better. Sure, I'll say that I enjoyed the wild and weird debut issue more than this one, and that's just me. But the truth is, this comic packs an emotional punch if you really follow the characters. Read Full Review
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