The book is published in black and white, ostensibly to lower production costs and speed up production times. To be honest, I'm fairly concerned at the idea of paying $3.50 for a black and white book. There's nothing technically wrong with the artwork, although it does have that almost unavoidable licensed-comic look of slightly distorted character likenesses. There are a smattering of good moments, but ultimately it's not enough to redeem its many problems. This is one for hardcore fans only, but it's got a long way to go before it reaches the wider appeal it needs. I'm not sure it has time in the remaining four issues to reach the level it needs to. Read Full Review
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