Matt Kindt comes on board the good ship Frankenstein, and he continues the quirky, anything-can-happen nature of the title that Lemire set up. Right from the start he’s fighting evil insects with swords, which is a good way for any writer to start their tenure, the world needs more insects with swords. But he’s not just fighting these dudes for the sake of it, there’s a mole in SHADE and he has to find them! This of course leads to a mind-bending trip to an other-dimension. The city of Untropolis is an intriguing place, and Alberto Ponticelli does really well to make the actions of our heroes easy to follow in amongst the MC Escher madness. Kindnt seems to have a good handle on the characters of this book, but I did feel that perhaps he went to the ‘Frankenstein quotes old literature’ well a little bit too much. I wonder why Frank kept seeing flashes of some blonde woman being strangled? Is Kindt going to show us his origin? I’d be down for that.