Testament is the epitome of what Vertigo prides itself as being: thoughtful, sophisticated, controversial, avant-garde. Comic book enthusiasts are always on the look-out for titles that legitimize and dignify the medium, titles that reveal the grandest of possibilities for sequential narrative, titles that are worthy of being taught in the college classroom alongside canonical literature, titles like Neil Gaimans Sandman and Art Spiegelman's Maus. Read Full Review
Liam Sharp's art is rather grungy and unappealing. Perhaps that's also part of the point of this comic, but the combination of the upsetting story and unappealing art doesn't make me want to revisit this world again. It's a shame that what once seemed intriguing has ended up being just kind of annoying. Read Full Review
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