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Things are starting to kick into high gear in Mark Waid's story of a hero gone on the rampage.
While some previous issues have seemed a bit slow, this is well paced. Humor and horror are well mixed. The past and future stories are starting to blend, and the individual characters are really becoming fleshed out.
Bette Noir's secret seemed...not much of a revelation. The art is choppy at times, and some of the plot seems repetitive.
This is a very good book, though you can probably wait for the trade without missing too much.