Simply one of the most visually creative and immersive books I've read in a long time. The costumes are gorgeous and really bring the steampunk style to the foreground. The book reminds me of Joe Mad's Battle Chasers from back in the day. An unconventional story and environment as far as comics are concerned, but one that's mysterious and charming enough to keep me coming back for more. ((Not to mention the long waits in between each issue)).
This issue continues where the last one leaves off as our Lady Mechanika is discovered by the Cirque du Romani. I won't spoil any of it for you, but it's a fairly interesting sequence. The most interesting aspect of this book besides the Sherlock Holmes-like mystery is Lady Mechanika's character. Sometimes she acts like a robot; formal and cold, but other times she's subtly charming and clever.
I really hope this book continues to be released and not met with an abrupt ending like some many abandoned independent titles. This isn't for everyone, but for anyone looking for a story more off the beaten path, I recommend this book whole-heartedly.