I liked how he set things up with them using an old trick and lulling (at least me) into thinking things would be just fine and then WHAM.
Such an excellent, brutal, gruesome, awesome, thrilling book. Always the first read off the stack when it comes out and I'm a HUGE superhero fan, but this gets read first, and almost always with good reason.
This was such a shock and quite the cliffhanger. Will be interesting to see what happens from here (as always).
"You are going to get a certain amount of snarkiness on the Internet no matter what, and my rule is that you don't post anything that you wouldn't say to someone's face." Marc Andreyko (Writer of DC Comic's "Manhunter")
I'm not sure how many fans of Indy comics are out there, but has anybody else gotten around to reading anything from Burlyman? I know of two titles so far, Doc Frankenstein and The Shaolin Cowboy, and both are pretty, um, interesting.