Just when you think the book is winding down, another former villain decides to pay the T-Bolts a call, in a very loud and typically overblown manner. Truly fun and a massive improvement over last issues Secret Files style crud. Read Full Review
There are moments in this issue where I'm starting to wonder if Tom Grummett is stretching himself a little too thin, as I see his name gracing a number of credit boxes recently, and his work on this series does seem to be getting a little less detailed. I mean his work is still quite impressive but truth be told there are panels where the art seems to lack that extra effort as the backgrounds are reduced to box-like structures that resemble buildings, and there are also a few too many panels where the background drops out completely. However, the art remains quite strong when it comes to the objects that are the central focus of the panels, as the story is quite easy to follow, and how can one not love the Abe's body language after he accepts the money. The final page of this issue also has a considerable visual impact to carry us into the next issue. I also enjoyed the return appearance of Speed Demon's original costume, as frankly I've always been a fan of its overall design. The co Read Full Review
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