I have to give the cover full marks for playing up the main idea that is examined inside as this image makes it quite clear Hyperion is the focus of everyone's attention, and the expressions of the background characters are not those of an adoring public. As for the interior art, there is something to be said for Gary Frank's ability to detail clearly the little ideas that prove to be ever so important to the story. For example, the opening page makes it clear that our reporter is extremely paranoid about making it home safely, and the final panel of this opening page perfectly captures the idea that his concerns are quite valid. There's also an interesting visual where Hyperion is using his powers to examine the woman dancing in front of him, and this visual is rather unsettling in what it tells us about the character's current mindset on the human race. I rather enjoyed the visual design of Kingsley's new home, and the one-page shot where she leaps out of the water to show off he Read Full Review
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