A stand of aspen trees shares a single root system; connected deep and out of sight, they can survive almost anything. Death can only hope that’s true as he tries to hide Emilia.
POP: Culture and ComicsOverall, this series is going from strength to strength. We are only 3 issues in and I love how complex the characters are. As much as the journey is intriguing, it’s the characters that are the focal point for me. They are well written, fleshed out characters who have interesting motivations. The art definitely helps too, with it matching the book perfectly. A couple of very small flaws in the art are nothing to bring down the score dramatically so it’s another 4 POPs out of 5 for this book, keeping up the consistent high quality entertainment.
ComicBook.comTwo Graves #3 hits a hurdle this week as readers learn more about our leads and their past. Though gorgeous, the chapter's slow pace is a hard read given its lengthy exposition. And when you factor in how vague our leads are being, well – Two Graves digs a troublesome hole for itself with this latest issue.