First off I have to say I loved the cover that this issue offers up as it makes use of a pretty clever visual device to sell the idea of Jamie's dupes independence. As for the interior art, Pablo Raimondi turns in another impressive showing, as the issue opens with a great little sequence where Jamie is moving through a blazing inferno, and how can one not love how the scene ends with Jamie's eyes rolling up in his head, which makes it pretty clear he's not on the verge of calling up a legion of dupes to help him. The art also does some nice work selling the action elements of the issue from the scene where Jamie absorbs his evil dupe from across the room, to the delightfully bizarre sequence where Jamie uses his dupes o cushion his fall. The art also turns in a great little action sequence as we see Rahne does battle with the astral form of the cheating husband, and I have to say I love his decidedly feral take on the character. Read Full Review
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