Travel Foreman's work is quite solid when it comes to the delivery of people and objects that are important to the story, as the characters are quite expressive, and there's never any sense of confusion when it comes to the actual delivery of the material. Where the art is a bit weak though is when it comes to the backgrounds. Now I'm willing to accept the lack of background detail during most of the scenes that are set in Joe Ledger's mind as the empty void does focus one's attention on the important developments. However, the scenes that are set in the real world, are a bit of a let down, as we see these characters are moving through some of the most flat, unimaginative environments I've ever seen, and the establishing shot of the destroyed hospital is one of the crudest looking pieces of art I've seen in a comic. I'm not asking for Bryan Hitch level of detail on the backgrounds, but this minimalist effort is quite disappointing. Read Full Review
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