This issue was pretty depressing, Matty Roth is sentenced to life in prison, and cops guilty to every charge. What’s interesting is that throughout this book, we’ve been following Matty and viewed everything he’s done as good, or at least done with good intentions, but in this issue Wood flips us round, and shows that from one point of view, Matty is a serious war criminal. I’m not sure which is the right perspective, I’ll have to re-read, but I don’t think there is one, Wood is leaving it ambiguous as to whether Matty is being shafted by the government, or whether he’s getting what he deserves. It’s certainly one to think on for a while. It looks like this is the end of Matty’s story for now, and the last issue will be an epilogue, but who knows what that will bring?