One of the better issues of the series thus far that is somewhat undone by the fact that it's arrived on the scene in such a belated fashion. Judd Winick offers up a nice emotional issue, that creates a believable relationship between Talia & John, but as I was reading it I found myself a bit disappointed that all of this information wasn't offered up before the issue where John died, as now it feels like Judd Winick is engaging in patchwork plotting, as he establishes why this death should've made a bigger splash than it did initially. Then again this is a bit two-faced of me, as the issue is a well crafted bit of work, and my only real complaint stems from the fact that Judd Winick is using flashbacks to tell his story. Still, even though this issue is an enjoyable read, I was left with the sense that it would've made for a more effective story if Judd Winick had managed to get all this information to the reader a bit quicker than he did. Read Full Review
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