This is a very good comic, and yet I feel like I'm being slightly generous with the four-bullet score, as despite all the strong creative work, one thing that's missing from ClanDestine is a definitive statement of intent. There seems to be no reason for this title's existence, nothing to suggest why this comic matters; Davis spends the issue (re)familiarising the reader with the characters and setting, but neglects to explain what this series is actually going to be about, beyond Alan Davis Drawing Stuff. The well-written characters and absolutely stunning art easily win four bullets for the first issue, and a not insubstantial measure of goodwill toward future episodes, but the general lack of focus needs to be addressed sooner rather than later. Read Full Review
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