By Philip Schweier
September 5, 2018 - 13:29
However, the consequences of what Simon has done weigh heavily upon him, and we may soon see a lapse back into old habits. Who among us has not sought solace in the familiar following a major mistake? It seems a natural reaction, one that will not be easily undone.
But I’m glad we finally got here. It seems a long time coming, and we, the audience were due some pay-off. But as it is part five, I fear the climax will be quick and dirty, to fit the six-issue trade paperback format, or worse, long and drawn out. I am hoping two more issues will be enough for Jurgens & Co. to tie off the story.
Scott Hanna steps in to finish the issue; perhaps Marco Santucci fell behind or had another obligation. I have no issue with this, as the art flows with hardly a visual hiccup to be heard.