Staring down the barrel of a gun, it all ends in an instant.
With both Maelstrom and Mox bodies laid to waste, the true target will shatter allegiances and break a heart.
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ComicBook.comAlthough Cyberpunk 2077: XOXO sometimes moves at a languorous pace, the plot is largely beside the point as readers are injected into a hardly-human cyborg's perspective. Wolfish cartoons depict a simplistic emotional landscape that offers all the motivation required amidst so much outrageous carnage, like the lust and desire that drive most impulsive, adolescent decisions. The action itself is the highlight of XOXO #2 as the series' protagonist unleashes hell on his fellow gang members and bystanders alike. Although a handful of sequences are unclear, most of the action beats are brutal and leave no doubt as to what pieces are flying where. Although the nature of the heist and figures involved remains largely ambiguous, readers are pulled along with the protagonist into a conspiracy they lack any context to comprehend. But the toon-like motivations and simplicity of chasing a girl keeps each turn of the page exciting enough to chase those thrills to issue #3.