One final noteworthy occurrence is the placement of all of the book's adverts at the back of the issue. I didn't notice their absence as I was reading the main story, but was heartened once I realised that the ads had all been collected in one place. Advertisers take note: it didn't stop me flipping through all the ads anyway - the All-Star Superman hardcover is a must-buy, and I'm going to have to restrain myself from purchasing the Absolute edition of Long Hallowe'en. I wonder if the publisher was only able to get away with this because all of the adverts were in-house, but it's definitely an approach that I'd like to see taken again in future if it's feasible. Read Full Review
Ill buy the third issue of The Authority when it comes out a year from now (or whenever its been scheduled) because its still a well-written Morrison work that now has an obvious Postmodern aspect to it. However, this second issue indicates that its not the narrative approach that I thought I was going to be getting after the first issue (and thats a shame). Read Full Review
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