Cornell takes a bit of a break from the main story and explores the past of Shining Knight. I’m not sure how much this links in with Seven Soldiers, but it was very interesting. Michael Choi’s art in this sequence was amazing, I’ve always liked his work, but this stuff here was on another level, and he adjusted his style to fit the medieval milieu. It’s interesting to see that the Holy Grail will play a part in this book, I wonder if it will become the main focus of the team, to try and find it. I also liked the suggestion that the Questing Queen also had a vision of Merlin, it adds a hint of darkness to Merlin, he’s not to be trusted is he? This take on the character is less Disney’s ‘Sword In The Stone’ than more like Joe Abercrombie’s Bayaz. The final page was a shocker, but I’m betting that the traitor isn’t Horse-Woman, but actually Exoristos.