While being stalked by a reality TV crew, Zach Field tracks down his old professor in a search for further clues to the mysterious 'idea thefts' he has been experiencing. Along the way he discovers a conspiracy larger than even he could imagine.
The Great Unknown continues to enjoy an artistic style perfectly matching the story. Being fairly cartoonish in style, Rouleau can exaggerate in many ways. Expressions can jump off the page while many characters appear to look exactly the same as the next, which is exactly how the protagonist perceives the world. The color scheme continues to be almost entirely blue for an unknown reason, but at this point, it is hardly noticeable. Read Full Review
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