PAINKILLER JANE is asked to look the other way one too many times. This issue everyone and everything is exposed in ways you never dreamed. The climatic conclusion will remind you why it's great not to have too much family in your life.
It's the end of the miniseries. Who will survive? With the way this series has gone and with Jimmy Palmiotti writing, you never know what will happen next. It's been a crazy adventure with non-stop action and violence. This is the stuff you don't find in your regular comic book. It's been great seeing the return of Painkiller Jane. Check this out to see what Palmiotti is doing when he's not writing about regular superheroes. Read Full Review
But it doesn't mean Jane is a rock of confidence, and that's the most interesting in Palmiotti's writing: Jane doubts. Even in the face of happiness (not hers, not yet), she has trouble thinking about happy endings, and thinking about who she really is. That's why bringing Fernandez back in this series is a smart move, not only for the reader, but because this is the only thing Jane has to keep her feet on the ground. Who knows who that girl might be if she's on her own. Read Full Review