"PERIHELION," Part Three The Fuse's annual day of chaos continues! Terror strikes at the hospital, strangeness abounds at the hydroponics...and a good old-fashioned murder turns up at the Sungazing rally!
The Fuse is a book that feels like a seamless fusion of art and writing into one very smooth production. As such, the story has very few moments of flair for any one of its creative pieces. When the Mayor shows readers just how cowardly and shallow he really is, Klems son has a fantastic moment to shine. The minor character really comes through here with a few simple lines that leave the Mayor with really only one option. Despite this excellent bit, the scene is short and without any real flair in how things are presented or delivered. Still, Johnstons handle on his characters, along with art that seems to always match every beat results in an end product that has managed to maintain and improve upon its own quality with each issue. Heading into the penultimate issue of the arc, The Fuse impresses yet again. Read Full Review
The story in this story arc is accurately confusing. What I mean is that Antony Johnston has opened a huge number of subplots (and suggested more) and is now slowly starting to bring them together. Unfortunately, however, the art in The Fuse is not getting any better. I am aware that I may seem monotonous about this issue, but" well, I will just leave you with this image of Ristovych and Dietrich, of their slasher smile and vacant eyes" Read Full Review
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