His flaws and his relation to the dog are slowly bubbling to the surface to reveal a complex underbelly of motivation. I wish I had more of it right now. With each successive chapter I become more entrenched in Joes struggle and more critical of his behavior. Where things go from here is anyones guess, but Im fairly sure Joe isnt about to give up. Which again begs the question as to why. Read Full Review
It seems as though the ends, here, will not satisfy Joe's motivations. As such, though things seem to be moving towards the goal Joe desired, the road that led him there was out of his hands. If the final panels of Kinski #4 give any indication, this story is not quite over. Possibly at his lowest yet, readers will likely be very anxious to see what is to come. Read Full Review
So as usual, Kinski is on point. The next issue will have to answer a lot of questions. How much farther will Joe go to acquire Kinski? We will try to steal him again? I dont usually like to make predictions, but seeing as that dog is the title character, and Joe appears to no longer be bogged down by the shackles of employment, I expect he will pursue Kinski with more ferocity than ever. Read Full Review
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