However, some of the dialogue feels a little bit stilted; it doesnt flow quite as well as it did in previous issues. Its not as dynamic and interesting, and in general it seems just a bit more mainstream in its portrayal than I expected of this book. Hopefully it was a temporary thing, but this difference combined with the fact that a new creative team begins on the book with issue #8 has me just a bit apprehensive. I will still buy the book, in the hopes that the series continues to be as good as those first five issues were. Read Full Review
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