Leonard Kirk seems to move back and forth from a realistic to a more cartoon-ish style, and you'd think it's be distracting, but it's not; maybe it depends on the tone the story dictates for that particular image, or maybe it depends on which character he's drawing. Madrox always seems very cartoon-ish, but the women are always very defined in a way that makes them seem more real to me. But then, Layla and Monet are serious characters while Madrox is always ready with a joke. In any case, I enjoy it even if I don't understand it. Also: another awesome cover by David Yardin. Read Full Review
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