Although it still feels disjointed in places, and although I would have much rather have half of the previous issue as a issue #0 and the other half as part of a first issue (along with about 2/3rd of this one), StrongArm #2 deals with quite a few queries and confusions from the issue it follows. That said, I cant help but feel that this story has been written as a graphic novel (which it will read better as) and then just split up into five parts in order to be released as a monthly serial. Read Full Review
While Strongarm has some gorgeous art that is nicely toned, the plot and pacing will leave many a reader out in the cold. The book often reads as if something fell out of it on the way to the printers. Read Full Review
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