How delayed was this book? And it reads in three or four minutes?
Here’s where Moore’s either going to go someplace interesting or he’s going to go the Avatar place….
This issue introduces this awesome possibility for the story, totally different than where the previous issue led it. And, of course, it could all just be a red herring because it does make the reader care about the protagonist and her survival. Usually, I just assume Moore’s going to do the right thing. With Neonomicon, with an Avatar book… one he wrote for tax money… it’s not clear.
Burrows’s art goes from bad to good here. The opening few pages are just awful, then he slowly brings things around.
Moore has the opportunity to—against the odds—turn Neonomicon into something good; it’s just not clear if he cares enough to do so.
I’m upset I’ve got my hopes up.
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