Review by: Mart

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


  1. I agree with you on most points. This book seems to be caught in perpetual set up mode since it’s re-launch. That’s not entirely bad (you got to build a strong foundation for an on-going) but last issue promised that the story’s gears would start turning. Instead of that we got more of Andreyko’s subplot juggling (Cam and Dylan’s scene seemed particularly un-necessary if not downright obtrusive, how did that scene relate to anything else anyway?). This is a monthly and like you say, it should open it’s doors to potential readers. I’ve been touting this book as superhero excellence but with this issue I can’t really do that sincerely. I can urge people to go pick up the trades or dig up issues 31-33, but I can’t say "yeah, pick up this issue, it’s great!"

    I for one see no sexism in the art and am enjoying it more and more. It could use a bit more light to match more closely with Anderyko’s sense of humor but other than that I love it!

    The cover grossed me out.

  2. I’m totally digging this series.  I was a bit confused at the beginning of this issue (as I’d forgotten last month’s issue), but by the end, I was delighted by where it was going.  And goddamnit, Gaydos draws one hell of  a book.

  3. Yeah, I had a disconnect too, I could recall the new crime doctor but not her plan being revealed . . . and I couldn’t find last ish to check. Darn.

  4. . . .


  5. Her bum looks big in it.

  6. maybe she has a big bum.

  7. Nah, Terry Long was Donna’s hubby.

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