"Who Is Jake Ellis?" was recently announced as shifting from a five-issue limited-series to an ongoing series, and I'm delighted. There's so much room for Edmondson and Zonjic to keep telling stories of Jon and Jake, and after three issues the series has not only maintained its high standards, I think it's gotten even better. "Who Is Jake Ellis?" is an amazing new series that you owe it to yourself to check out. Read Full Review
This is just a great book for anyone who wants to expand on their notions of what a typical comic book story is. For fans of spy flicks like The Bourne Identity and Casino Royale this is a must have because it adds so much psychological depth to the genre. Read Full Review
So this transitional middle issue of Nathan Edmondson and Tonji Zonjics terrific action series has terrific art and compelling story -- just like the previous two issues had and next two issues probably will. Read Full Review
IGN - Apr 7, 2011
However, Zonjic's work is worth giving this issue a read. The dance club sequence that utilizes vibrant neon colors to mirror the conversation at hand is brilliant. Zonjic's portrayal of the aforementioned train scene reeks of a suave style that feels right at home in the world of crime comics. The artist does his best to keep the book interesting visually, even while the narrative fails to engage beyond slick dialogue and a high concept. Read Full Review
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