Remender's script is a bit uneven, but what matters most is that he's able to sell Sykes as a believable and identifiable protagonist. Some aspects of his origin story are a bit hackneyed, particularly in how he simultaneously gains his powers and a ticking death clock. But I found myself readily willing to overlook these sillier elements in favor of the bigger picture. Remender has quickly established Sykes as a character worth following amid all the gods and titans wandering the streets. I hope the incoming creators will be able to keep the quality of 1 Month 2 Live at a consistent level. Remender tends to set the bar high wherever he goes, but in this case there's still plenty of room for growth. Read Full Review
"1 Month 2 Live" has potential, especially with the plethora of creators lined up for the issues to come. But the first issue is a rough, slightly below average start, and for a weekly series it's going to need to raise its game fast in order to keep readers on board. I can see burn-out setting in fairly quickly if "1 Month 2 Live" doesn't use its ticking time clock in its favor. Read Full Review
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