On one hand I'm a bit concerned by the sense that I can see where this story is going, as the plot twist involving the first body is pretty much what I had been expecting. However, the book is doing a very nice job developing its two leads, and the idea of a killer who can effectively change his identity like one changes clothes is actually being presented in a fairly credible fashion. Oh sure one has to make a fairly big leap to accept the premise as it's laid out, but I suspect next issue is going to feature some resistance to the idea that Officer Adakia has offered up, and it should make for a rather interesting scene where Agent Haworth finds himself accepting the fairly fantastic explanation he's been given, as well as how it relates the murder of his ex-partner. The issue also offers up a fairly engaging character dynamic between the two leads, as while they're both cut from the same cloth, they find themselves at odds due to their inability to see how much alike they are to eac Read Full Review
The only drawback to the book is the dark shading. I know the mood the shaders try to achieve, but they overdo it and leave an overall muddy cast that makes the artwork sometimes difficult to discern. Read Full Review
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