Tony Harris deserves the lion's share of the credit for the sheer impact of this issue's opening pages, as the nightmarish quality of this sequence is perfectly captured by the art, and it makes it quite easy to understand why Mayor Hundred is extremely reluctant to look back on the events of that day. The art also manages to sell the emotions of the dialogue scenes, as I loved the expression on the police commissioner's face as she backs away from her argument about the bad vibes that come with taking on the fortune tellers. The art also does a nice job of capturing the mystical quality of the fortune teller's inner chamber, as the place actually looks like the type of setting where the spirits would reside. There's also a interesting moment where we get a sneak preview of a future storyline as Tony Harris gives readers an intriguing one panel shot of a moment from Mayor Hundred's future. However, the highlight image of the issue would have to be the page where the art captures the cr Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.