I am loving the art on this series! Pacheco always turns in superlative work. I find it stylized just enough and beautifully so and I don't think I've ever seen him produce a story that was hard to read because of the wonderful visuals getting in the way. The story? Not nearly as good as the art. I know it's meant to be a slow issue to fill us in on some background but Millar doesn't do slow very well. High octane, drag you along so you notice the plot holes a week later stories yes but not this. Still one of the week's better books but coulda been better...
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