Review by: AmirCat

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Written by Grant Morrison
Art by Cameron Stewart
Cover by Frank Quitely
Variant cover by Cameron Stewart

Size: 32 pages
Price: 2.99

I really enjoyed reading this book. It starts out with a mission impossible-esque sequence and ends with a bang.

There is a lot explained here, and some information left out. For example, an important character shows up out of nowhere and there is no explanation as to why or how. But I always give Morrison the benefit of the doubt, so I am not worried.

There is a big reveal at the end which I will not spoil, but it could be a red herring. I for one, hope that it matters in the grand scheme of  things. Was that cryptic enough? I hope so.

With all due respect to Philip Tan, Cam Stewart’s art is a very refreshing change as it’s really fun to look at. I ended up paying a little extra to buy his cover as opposed to Quietly’s.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 4 - Very Good


  1. I have both covers but I honestly like Quitely’s more.

    I didn’t think Phillip Tan’s arc was that bad after I read the whole thing in one sitting.  Maybe it’s because I’m still an amateur comic book enthusiast, but I’ve seen a lot worse art, especially over on Marvel’s side of the park.

  2. @robbydzwonar – This weekend I was at the comic book store and bought the Quietly cover too. You can’t go wrong with either one.

    With Tan, what I had a problem with was his inconsistancy. I don’t mind if the art looks ugly as long as I know the artist has a good grasp of what he/she is trying to do. 

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