On art duties, Denys Cowan does a fine job. The art style is sketchy and a bit frantic. There are times when the character's anatomy feels a bit off and the perspective feels a little compressed. There are some issues with movement too; it's hard to tell if we're looking at one werewolf moving along the outside of a house or three werewolves all just perched in different spots. All in all, the look fits the series very well, it'd just be nice if the script was a bit more cohesive and would give the art some breathing room, because it feels like the book could really shine if it did. Read Full Review
Vertigo has had a nice run lately of intelligent, compelling reads and I was hoping that "Dominique Laveau: Voodoo Child" was going to follow suit. So far, there hasn't been anything to prove that a worthy assumption. It's a decent read, but comic budget being what it is, decent just doesn't cut it. Read Full Review
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