The nature of the plot for this final issue allows the reader to view Cory Walker's artwork in a different light... a white light, actually. The main part of the story in this issue takes place in a void, so we're faced with the figures and action out of any real context. There are no backgrounds, which in previous issues were just as well rendered as the super-heroes and villains. The blank backdrop allows Walker's style to really come to the forefront; it's interesting to see how he mixes a simpler look with the convincing detail of the effects of violence. Ultimately, my favorite aspect of the art here is what I've enjoyed the most from the start, and that's Walker's ability to balance the title character's raw power with the aged, paunchy man behind the mask. Keene seems like a real guy, and that contrast with his unreal job and actions has really defined this series. Read Full Review
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