I wonder how long Mike Carey is going to keep Tom Taylor off the board? We haven’t seen him for 2 issues now, and it’s doing a really great job at ratcheting up the intrigue about what he’s like in this new world. Wouldn’t it be crazy if he was a background figure for the rest of the series? It looks like I was right on the money about the death of Leviathan meaning the end of the world because we don’t have stories anymore, Mme Rausch sort of explained that. I was especially freaked out by the scene of that guy ranting and shooting himself in the head, I’m guessing he’s a novelist or some other kind of writer who can’t think of any ideas because of Leviathan. The character of Didge the Detective continues to be interesting, it’s becoming more apparent that she has some disability that means she can’t read, but there’s a lot of ambiguity to it, it comes and goes? What does that mean? Also interesting was the scene at the very end, where Danny stumbles across a warehouse full of magical creatures. What’s their deal? Are they the worshippers of Tommy transformed into animals? Are they from the stairs? I should also say that Peter Gross’ art looked better than ever here, I guess taking a bit of a back-seat to the finishers during the last arc did him some good, because now that he’s back doing all the art himself, he’s doing some beautiful stuff.