For the moment, this is a slightly confusing story arc, but a nevertheless enjoyable one which should ultimately shed a little more light on the nature of Mitch Hundred's powers and their purpose, and I'm sure it will prove to be a significant part of Vaughan's long-term plans for the book. It's the nature of serial fiction that we occasionally have to put up with an individual instalment which will sit more easily as part of the whole than as a satisfying story in its own right, but to give Vaughan and Harris their dues, they still manage to make the book entertaining and very readable despite these limitations. Read Full Review
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