Review by: Creyes247

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Written by Len Wein
Art by Jae Lee
Backup Art by John Higgins
Cover by Jae Lee
Variant Cover by Phil Noto

Size: 32 pages
Price: 3.99

Looking at the cover of this issue you know it’s intriguing,Ozy still wants to know what happened to his lovely lady from the last issue, so he goes to bust some drug dealers and discovers something so crazy that you’ll be on the edge of your seat. Seriously, this will make history because I’ve never seen anything like this from a mainstream comic book in recent history. I can’t really say too much about this story without giving it away. The art in this book is astounding it’s like looking at a mural. You definitely don’t want to miss out on this issue.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 5 - Excellent


  1. I’m sorry, “Seriously, this will make history because I’ve never seen anything like this from a mainstream comic book in recent history.”??? Don’t get me wrong, I loved this – art is incredible and the story is great too, but I have no idea what you mean when you say that you had never seen anything like it from a mainstream comic book. There wasn’t anything shocking to me about this issue at all, save for maybe how awesome Jae Lee’s two-page spread was. Care to explain what you were referencing?

    • Recent history is the many times have you heard DC or Marvel tackle , pertain to or make a story revolving around a COCAINE BUST Recent history means in the past 10 years.
      Their drugs usually have a code name behind it, bane venom, joker gas, fear gas, but NEVER cocaine.
      The last time anyone truly tackled drugs on a mainstream platform was back in the Green Lantern/ Green Arrow O’Neil/Adams run
      “Snow Birds Don’t Fly” was the name of the tale and that took place in the height of the 80’s that’s 30+ years ago, surely it’s not recent history. They tackled heroine back then, never cocaine
      Thus this is the FIRST TIME in RECENT HISTORY that any of the big two talked about drugs so bluntly ever since that run in the 80’s.
      That’s why this book made history.
      If you have any more questions or remarks or if you recall more events from the past 10 that talked about drugs about as blunt as this book, I would love to hear them. 🙂

      Thank you for reading the review

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