Spy Seal continues to be a precious, precise delight. Spy Seal and Kes continue their mission with Seal’s crush just getting more and more intense. It doesn’t help their mission has he and Kes’s cover a married couple, leading not just to mission essential necking, but also figuring out the sleeping arrangements.
Tommaso does his big action in small panels. He does the precise, thin lined European backdrops. Spy Seal is a special book, with Tommaso letting the art style determine how the narrative reads but not how it progresses.
It’s great. And, unfortunately, it’s almost over.