Paul Pelletier's work in the Crossbones/Sin pages continue to be a great fit for those characters, and it helps that Bunn gives him an Ant-Man-exploding-heads moment when Crossbones smashes the face of a magician with his knee. It's brutal and violent, but the pacing of the scene keeps it completely relevant to the situation at hand while offering up some nice comedic relief. As much as I'm intrigued by the overarching plot of our two lead characters hunting down the hammers, it's the smaller character moments like these that are keeping this book in my sights. Read Full Review
Although the plot is still nascent and the lead characters largely hard to get excited about (except Crossbones, who radiates malice with every word) "The Fearless" is losing its initial momentum and right now appears to be running on the energy supplied by its artists. It's tough to say whether there were simply too many contributors or whether the idea was perhaps mis-sold, but while this isn't a bad series, it's certainly not the series I was hoping for. Read Full Review
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