The artwork in Decoy always was professional and exhibited moments of brilliance, but there's a greater quality in the work and a tighter attention to the progression of panels in Storm of the Century. It may just be that the more dramatic story gave Ms. Huddleston greater inspiration, but everything simply looks better. Stand out scenes however have nothing to do with the characters; though the character designs are proportionate, less cartoony and well thought out. The "storm" itself impresses. The water in these static panels seems to torrent, cascade and even roar. If you're going to call your story Storm of the Century these are necessary and welcome attributes. Highly recommended especially for somebody looking for something a little different. Read Full Review
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