As for the art, Clayton Henry brings in a highly energetic style that works exceptionally well when there is action playing out of the page, and he also has a pretty solid array of facial expressions, which help to sell some of the visual gags. However, he does have the habit of leaving out the backgrounds, as the characters are moving through featureless voids a little too frequently for my liking. Read Full Review
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