I’m a huge fan of Sean Murphy’s artwork, so any chance to read anything of his I’ll jump at, and… wow, he really is awesome. Even in black and white he just provides something unique. In fact, I think that his art may look even better in b&w. But Murphy is also writing this story, and it’s really good. Is he the complete comics package? The story here is about a clone of Jesus and a reality TV parody, but there’s more to it than that, especially with the main character Thomas, who’s an ex-IRA terrorist. I thought it was very interesting that this issue was all set before the birth of ‘Punk Rock Jesus’, we only see him as a baby, I think we can expect a lot to happen in this series, we’re only just getting started. I’m hoping this evolves into more than just a reality tv satire, because Spaceman mainly stuck to that, when it could have been much more.