Artist Roberto De La Torre makes a return here and it is a triumphant one. His dirty, scratchy style fits the world like a glove. Everything has a broken, desolate look. If anything, it's almost too bleak. It makes the scenes where characters do normal things, like go out to dinner, look strangely horrifying. Still, his beautifully rendered darkness has been sorely missed. Age of Apocalypse is a book worth reading, and one that doesn't require you to follow six other titles. Read Full Review
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