With the doctor's killer revealed, Moses is dragged deeper into his own psychosis than ever before, making it more and more difficult to keep it cool as he plots the violent takedown of every enemy he's made while in the IDP camp.
Unknown Soldier works on so many levels its bafflingly impressive. On the most superficial level, it's a classic revenge power fantasy like so many other comics on the stands today. Dig a little deeper, though, and you'll find an extremely moving meditation on war, genocide, insanity, and the human capacity for hope in the face of atrocious situations. Again, it's the most powerful, daring book on the stands. It also very well might be the best. Read Full Review