The art quality also improves in issue #2. Roland Boschi is firmly in his element here. He paints a grim, shadowy picture of modern Japan, with just enough touches of flash and violence to offset the shadows. His facial work isn't always completely in line with what the script calls for, but nothing too off-kilter. The improvement comes in the flashback scenes. Felix Ruiz's pencils are a better fit for Logan's samurai years, maintaining a certain level of realism but striking a more dynamic and bloody tone than the present day material. Read Full Review
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