I loved this issue's cover; it's such a goofy visual moment that one can't help but smile, with Daredevil's expression being the little touch that really won me over. As for the interior art it earns full marks for its work on the big action as wSpider-Man, Moon Knight and Daredevil find themselves dealing with the ever shifting reality that that Ringmaster is generating. How can one not help but enjoy the page where the three are about to be fired out of cannons? The art also captures the abrupt quality of the scene where the Ringmaster is brought down, as the three panels where we see what has happened is a great bit of visual storytelling. The art also sell the humor of the moment where Spider-Man finds himself on the receiving end of the withering gaze of the other heroes who have gathered to deal with this threat. While the character is little better than an amusing final page gag, Scott Kolins draws a great looking Sleepwalker. Read Full Review
Kirkman's Moon Knight excels. He's the spitting image of the way Batman used to be characterized. Doubt me? Check out Dark Detective or Blood of the Demon and see if Moon Knight does not blend well. All and all an issue worth reading but still a mess where the payoffs don't necessarily warrant the previous set ups. Read Full Review
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