Howard Chaykin has bounced from one Marvel project to another lately, often drawing the wrath of many readers not used to seeing his harsh, gritty style in their superhero books. I admit Chaykin's art did and still does have its problems. The artist always seems to struggle with his facial work, for one thing. Luckily, I think Chaykin has found his perfect gig at Marvel. His thick black lines and detailed mechanical objects are perfectly suited to the world of fighter pilots and their machines. And while books like Wolverine showed Chaykin at a less than consistent level, nearly every page in this issue is as impressive as the last. If you like war (or are interested in the subject matter at least), prepare to sit through hell and love every minute of it. Read Full Review
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