Despite Macks fantastic painted art and an explosion of ideas - both elements being different to the content of a lot of current mainstream comics - this storyline is threatening to collapse under the weight of its own slow-pacedness and lack of plot. Lets hope that the closing two issues of this arc will provide some focus to the relaxed beginnings of Echos story. Read Full Review
A visually interesting experiment, and the final page offers up a surprising moment to carry us into the next issue. However, this is the third issue in a row where David Mack has spent his time going over Echo's past, and it's reached the point where it truly feels like he's simply repeating information to fill the pages. I mean there's nothing worse than spending three pages watching a character make the slow discovery that they've allowed their life and talents to go to waste before spending the next eleven pages building toward their vision quest. Now I will concede that the material that detailed what a vision quest was, as well as the example of a previous vision quest was rather engaging, but watching the character look back once again on the tragic death of her father made for some fairly dry reading, as this highly emotional event has pretty much been drained of all it's impact in the previous chapters. However, the vision quest itself is rather interesting, as we see her enco Read Full Review
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