Review by: JonJames

Size: 0 pages
Price: 2.99

This comic is insane. There is no other way to describe it. Joe Casey and Nathan Fox have took what was once an average and forgettable superhero book and mutated it into a high-action, supernatural horror book and the results are fascinating.

Unsurprisingly Nathan Fox does most of the heavy lifting on this book. His linework is some of the most kinetic and fluid artwork currently being published. This is due to Fox inking his own work, combined with Ivan Plascencia’s colouring. They both bring their A game and it shows.

Fortunately Casey is no slouch either. His narrative continues the frantic tone that has been present in the previous 2 issues. Unfortunately this is also the series biggest flaw. Casey deliberately doesn’t allow the reader to catch up on the plots being introduced and instead continues to drive the book forward, which can leave the reader a little confused.

In conclusion, this book doesn’t read like anything else on the stands. It contains an energy and freshness that not many other books have. Sure was I a little confused? Yeah. Was I ever bored? No.

Story: 3 - Good
Art: 5 - Excellent

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