My enjoyment of this issue is somewhat tainted by the fact that this book isn't going to be with us much longer, so all this extremely solid groundwork that Christopher Priest is setting into place simply isn't going to be put to use. This issue is also a bit disappointing in that nothing really happens beyond our heroes making the first move against the more respectable elements of the 66 Bridges criminal operation. However, I will concede that Josiah X is given a fairly solid crisis of conscious as he finds Rhodey isn't prepared to look the other way and let the 66 Bridges continue their control over this crime infested neighborhood. In fact the scene where Josiah X explains the nature of the beast I have to say that I actually found myself siding with Josiah X rather than Rhodey, as at least the current situation has kept the bloodshed and violence to a minimum. One final note before I go. In my copy of the issue the top caption on the final page is unreadable, and since the line do Read Full Review
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