Cap Stone #2 struggled in capturing my attention for the first half of the issue. The phone conversation with Ada seemed all too pointless and could have been over in just one page explaining the connection between Charlie and Cap Stone. There was a continuity mistake and Jim Clayton's dialogue was headache-inducing even at only two lines! However, the second half of the book was quite engaging, delving more into Charlie's character as well as touching the surface on Cap Stone and the world the two inhabit. Sharp's artwork continued to be compelling providing a fresh style on almost every page. Read Full Review
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