Review by: Muady

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Avg Rating: 4.0
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Price: 3.99

I can still honestly say this is a very good comic. But for certain this is a step down from the last three installments. Although I’m sure this is an issue that will strike a good chord with those who haven’t been enthralled with the series so far: It offers a lot of exposition and direct insight into what is actually going on in the story. Grant Morrison doesn’t quite abandon his earlier approach: that is, trusting the reader to discern the impilcity of the text; but, there is some sort of shift in the way the story is presented. I think it has more to do with Pancheco’s art more than anything. JG Jones’ art drove the entire tone of the book. If it were up to me, I would wait for Jones to finish. Pancheco isn’t incompetent, and his parts mesh pretty well with JG Jones enough that there is no real disruption.

Oh well. The story remains interesting and exciting through and through.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 3 - Good

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