Issue #'s 14, 15, 16 and 17
Ya know, I hate to say this, but I think this is one of those rare comics that read better month to month. Not all at once or even bi-week to bi-week.
I just read four issues straight through and I really had a feeling of "drag". The story didn't hit me with the usual "I am glad I can go right into the next issue" thoughts that I normally have when reading comics back to back. I really wanted to stop after one issue and read something else instead. A feeling that normally happens with poorly written books, which this is not.
Now true, (issue #16) the
had me rolling my eyes at the absurdity of it all, no way
but that didn't help my resolve to keep reading.
I also hate the character Kyle Raynor. I didn't 'Back in the day', but (issue #17) having
I do like where the book is going, other than
, and I think this book would be a great monthly read, I am not sure it is worthy of bi-weekly for me any more.
I hope I can keep up with this as it comes out, or I may just peek in from time to time instead of being a constant reader.
And even though this ended up feeling like a 5 by the time I was done, due to the plot, the dialog and art, I am giving this a ...
7 outta 10 - Dentist agree