delphic's Huntress #2 - Crossbow at the Crossroads, Part Two review

Just Not Much Going On

This issue didn’t seem to have as much going on in it in the way the last one did, and felt more like filler than anything else. We see Helena investigating more into the prostitution ring, and freeing more of the enslaved. Though it is nice to see Helena doing her thing, there’s not a whole lot more to it than that. We are given a little more information about what’s going on with the Italian mob responsible, and we see Helena tracking them.  I can’t say I was disappointed in this issue, but I can say there wasn’t a lot going on in this issue, but it’s not so uneventful that it’s uninteresting.  


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