This issue falls foul of some of the weaknesses which tend to afflict a lot of first issues of multi-part stories these days: namely, too much set-up and not enough meat to get our teeth into. Still, Ill definitely be interested to see how Vaughan does tie all the disparate plot points together, and with the ever-reliable art team still putting together a quality package, this is still a book which is very much worth your time. Read Full Review
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