Woof, that double-page spread of the cars falling off the cliff with those snap-shots of Travis’ life was something else wasn’t it? Really effective storytelling. I think this issue demonstrated that Snyder is a master at using flashbacks effectively, because alongside the blistering action of the drag-race in the present day, he also showed us much more about who exactly Travis Kidd is via flashbacks. He’s a cool character yes, but he’s not exactly a good guy, and this kind of complicated character is perfect for this book. Yes, the vampires are bad, but the humans are just as capable of murder. It was also pretty funny how he just shoved Agent Hobbs out of the car. I’m still waiting for an explanation as to why Skinner Sweet isn’t dead though, it better be a good one. This book continues to be a must-read, and really, Rafael Albuquerque is becoming one of the best artists in the biz.