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What is the dark truth behind Grifter’s powers? Find out in this issue!

Plus: More on the Daemonite threat, new characters are introduced, and tons of bullets fly!

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Sleeper 0

Just look at that cover..... my god..... Rob Liefeld cannot draw a human body. Or a gun, which is strange considering how many guns he likes to draw. These are two of the worst guns I've ever seen him draw. And just..... holy hell with Grifer's horrendously deformed arms. Thank god he's gone after this.Scott Clark's interior art is kind of hit or miss this issue. A lot of this issue is pretty much exactly the awesome style I've come to expect from him, a few other bits are a newer style I've see...

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Stop messing with my mind! 0

(No Spoilers)Grifter's zero issue turns out to be a major mind-screw and Liefeld and Tieri play with our senses, making the audience question what's real and what's not. It's a very interesting technique and a bold choice for the zero issue. It's not as epic as the last issue, but definitely sets up a ton of questions that carry us into the next arc for this series.I'm willing to bet Liefeld and Tieri have both seen Christopher Nolan's film, Memento because that's what immediately came to mind w...

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