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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Sun Apr 29, 2012 3:07 pm

I must admit I was a little confused by this issue, there was a fair bit going on and it was hard to delineate what was happening and to who. Maybe I just had a brain-fart but this issue felt disconnected from the last one. I guess it all really boils down to Orson’s plan to get through the wall and into the City, but I couldn’t tell if he knew if he was being watched or not. At least Azzarello still managed to fit in some great moments like Carter being an absolute bad-ass and that double-page spread of the City, that was beautiful. Heck, the whole book has been beautiful, I think this may very well be Eduardo Risso’s best ever work.

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