Sean Phillips does a solid job of telling the story, as well as generating a sense that our character is moving through a world where the dark shadows could conceal a trusted friend waiting to slip a knife in your back. I'm also impressed by how well the art manages to convey the idea that Agent Carver is not a man who is given to displaying his emotions, as he spends the entire issue with a stone-faced grimace, which makes the brief flash of surprise that registers on his face when the woman he's looking to kill explains the truth of the situation, all the more powerful. The art also does a pretty effective job of detailing the action in the issue, as the scene where he's being pounded on in the bar manages to nicely capture the brutality of the attack, and the sequence where he makes his way to the woman's room was well choreographed. Read Full Review
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