This issue is guilty of being a little slow moving as while there's some new insight, such as the revelation that there is a band of government agents investigating the attack, for the most part this issue seems to be content merely examining the same ideas that were looked at in the previous chapter. Now Sean McKeever does a nice job of playing with these ideas, as there's a solid exchange between Jessie and another girl that expresses an interest in Juston, and it is nice to see Juston is back interacting with his friends and family. However, given this is supposed to be a new arc it did feel like the book was almost reluctant to move forward with any new ideas, though hopefully the big event that plays out in the final pages will trigger a higher level of excitement in these pages. The one thing I do enjoy about this series is its understanding that Juston is a young character, and as such he's allowed to look terrified when it comes to dealing with girls, and deliver a shout of exc Read Full Review
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