Strange? More Like Awesome
I loved the first issue and could not wait to get my hands on issue 2. Now a lot of things that get a lot of hype at first ((Obama, Tang, Y2K, etc)) usually burn bright and fade. Issue 2 is still in the first half of the limited series, but still. Hot damn is this a good book. The idea, the writing, the artwork. All simply amazing. There's a lot of hoopla with the New 52 and its
billion ((read: 52)) titles and the X-Men's restructuring, but I dare say this is better than all of them. Even better than my beloved Spider-Man and his Spider-Island arc. There's a couple of titles that come close, but the graphical imagery and uniquely specific analogies that jump start your imagination long lost since childhood push this title to the top.
Quite simply, this is one of the best if not the best book out right now. The perfect blend of talents behind the book brings out the talent of Luther Strode. I recommend this book even higher than I originally recommended it and that was already at 5 stars. That's how good this book is. Unless you're squeamish at the sight of illustrated gore this is a book everyone should at least give a chance. You will not be disappointed