“The artwork is gorgeous. It’s a painted style that is almost photo-realistic at times, but not jarringly so – there are some nice moments which you could almost call expressionist. And the violence is all the more vivid and ugly for it. It’s not gory splatterpunk, but there are moments where it still might be a little much for some people. And if that sequence in World War Two doesn’t make you squirm and cringe, nothing will.
Out in October, I should probably also point out this is a sixty four page comic for five dollars. A hell of a deal if it wasn’t as good as it is. But it is very, very good.”