The Beginners Guide to Warzones that is DMZ rumbles logically into the territory of elections. It is frank and opinionated and lets you know just how corrupt it thinks these practices are. Our hero has less of the spotlight in this volume.
The art, the colours, the lettering are all high quality which is very impressive for what ran as a monthly title. This isn’t just by the numbers stuff, there is style and flair in what you are seeing. This doesn’t quite hit some of the previous highs but the layouts and panelling do an expert job keeping things fresh and interesting.
This is perhaps the most blunt and inelegant of the series to date but it is still a worthy read. Thumbs Up!
Tomorrow: DMZ (7): War Powers – Brian Wood