For those that survived the mind-bending of the first book this has a much friendlier welcome, even showing off Morrison’s British sense of humour. There is a little less weirdness, only a little mind, and more rewarding crossover between the stories.
The portmanteau of artists produces some excellent work with Frazer Irving’s drawing and colouring being the boldest in show.
Things are ticking along nicely in this much more reader-friendly volume and you can’t wait to read more. There is also a handy recap of the story so far.