Sean Phillips turns in a pretty solid effort, and while there are moments where one is left to wonder if anyone ever turns a light on in the pages of this book, I can't deny that the continual darkness does convey a nice sense of impending danger. The art also does a lovely job of selling the battle weary status of Grifter, as even the simple shots of the character walking down the street manage to sell the idea that this man has been beaten down by the black ops environment. However, the art also manages to deftly present how dangerous this character can be when cornered, as there's a great little moment where we see Grifter is more than prepared to face the people who have followed him into the alley. I also have to say I rather enjoyed the expression on Miss Misery's face when Holden return from his secret mission, and asks her if anything happened while he was away, as it perfectly sells the character's duplicitous nature. Read Full Review
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