This issue's cover is a rather unsettling interpretation of the scene provided inside the book. The cover makes it clear that the romantic feelings extend both ways, and as such one does have to wonder if Greg Land was given a heads up on how this wasn't the case. Still the cover image easily idealizes romantic embrace as envisioned by Sarah, and if nothing else the image is sure to catch the eye of the passing readers, as they might pick up this issue to see if Peter has decided to commit himself to this rather unsettling path. In the end though the eyebrow raising cover is the most exciting visual provided in this issue, as while there's nothing wrong with Scot Eaton's work, there's also nothing all that amazing about it either. The writing doesn't really help by offering up an issue that is almost entirely talking heads. The art also could've made a more convincing job when it comes to Mary Jane's helpful Frenchman, as the guy looks like he's stepped out of a 1970s movie, rathe Read Full Review
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