When working with his own creations, Vaughan is on a nearly unequalled playing field. He builds his books with layer upon layer of reflective and precognitive thought and rewards careful readers with that extra little bit of reality that takes a story and makes it hit home- and he does all of this without sacrificing the type of action and adventure most of us require from an atypical comic. To put it simply, Brian Vaughan writes a darn near perfect comic book and it really doesn't get any better than this. Read Full Review
Brian K. Vaughan delivers another solid story. This is, in particular, a great story for longtime fans of the series as we finally get a glimpse of Angotti's back story. The issue also serves as ground base for future stories. Tony Harris' art is stunning as usual. Read Full Review
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