Nathan Fox takes another break in this issue, and the very capable hands of Robbi Rodriguez replace him. I’ve only seen his work on an issue of X-Force before, but he does a good job here of keeping Fox’s tone and getting the right tone of insanity that this book has under Casey. The plot here is a fleshing out of just what in hell the deal is with the Insect Monsters that attacked Daniel’s church. They are part of an Insect Army, and we see them come into contact with a familiar face, Mirage. It’s a little jarring to see someone from Kirkman’s run show up, the book is so different now, but her role here worked, and she got to kick ass in some very violent scenes against the Insects. Casey also keeps up his quota of sick sexual stuff as we see Mirage’s informant riding a woman dressed in a leather horse outfit. Yeesh, that may be creepier than the bug monsters. There’s a lot going on in this book at the moment, and I like how Casey is using guest-artists to fill out the back-story, let’s just hope he pulls everything off and it all makes sense at the end. Not that it necessarily needs to make sense, that’s not Casey’s thing, nor should it be, glorious confusion is what we need.