Last time we saw the legendary street artist "Decade Later," he was in cuffs and headed to a detention camp. Years have passed, and the man is back, walking the streets like he never left a symbol of art defiant in the face of violent oppression.
Perhaps more so than previous chapters of this arc, issue #58 thrives on the success of its guest artist. Danijel Zezelj is the perfect artist to chronicle Decade's journey. Zezelj's own style is full of exaggerated figures and heavy lines, to the point where it resembles nothing if not industrialized graffiti. It's eerily abstract and yet impressively detailed all at once. From the opening pages where Decade silently renews his artistic quest, Zezelj draws the eye and never lets go. With one more issue to go, "Collective Punishment" hasn't worn out its welcome yet. Read Full Review