Between the issue's lush artwork and Waid's ability to mix moments of levity with an overriding feeling of desperation, this book soaked me up from the very first page and didn't let go until it was all over. Like I said in my first paragraph, there's nothing startlingly original here. There is, however, tons of personality, an immensely high level of craft on display and enough action and excitement to make you believe you're experiencing an entirely new classic unfold before your eyes. Read Full Review
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