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The world is becoming as hot as the barrel of a spent gun, and Moses feels it most of all. Now he’s making a mad play, falsely aligning himself with everyone in hopes of figuring out who killed the camp doctor before one of his new “friends” puts a bullet in his back.

Written by Joshua Dysart
Art by Alberto Ponticelli
Cover by Dave Johnson

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%


  1. This is always my pick of the week.

  2. I really love this book but am considering switching to trades after this arc.  I think I would enjoy it even more.  Either way, this is one of the best books out there.  

  3. just reread your issues bro no need to switch

  4. @skeets – You are probably right.  If I could find some way to assert a little self-control then I could just save them up and read them at once.  I don’t know, this is just one of those books that I feel somewhat obligated to support on a monthly basis otherwise I would have switched to trades by now.  

  5. I’m with you on that MrWrong.  Not the greatest for monthly reading, but in the end, you can always dig out singles once the series is done.

  6. My shop didn’t get this. Last week it was Locke & Key and now this, FUCK!

  7. @skeets and @Sunnyvale-As tempting and sometimes logical as it is too switch to trades on this book and other sort of decompressed books like BPRD, the single issues habit is a hard one to break for me and I do almost always tend to go back and re-read the arcs as a whole

  8. same. If the series was over I’d get it in trades because they are more convenient but I can’t wait half a year to read my favorite comics, and if I feel lost… I can just dig out the floppies and read all the amazingness again.


    This issue was really good. I haven’t been enjoying this arc as much as the last few, but this one changed that. What at first seems like a simple detective story brings about a pretty shocking revelation at the end that I can’t wait to see Dysart tackle in the coming issues. I still don’t like the coloring or Ponticelli’s inking… I wish they would go back to the style of the first 2 arcs.

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