First off I have say I was a loyal viewer of the "Kids in the Hall", so a great deal of the dramatic impact of this issue's cover was lost. However, the interior art holds up quite nicely as Holden and company embark on a fairly intense little mission with quite a bit of gunplay, and how can one not enjoy the highly charged atmosphere that this issue offers up, as the cast dive across the panels blasting away with their guns. The art also manages to deliver the full impact of its major plot twists, as the panel where Holden discovers what they've been sent to recover is a properly disturbing visual, and the scene where Triple-X discovers the real reason he joined them on the mission was a visually jarring sequence. The issue also offers up a couple nice moments where Holden's stone-faced expression is broken, and it becomes quite easy to believe that the character is no longer in control of the situation when he is so visually upset. Read Full Review
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