Post by tealproductions on Jan 16, 2023 16:55:34 GMT -6
Created by David M Booher and Chris Shehan Written by David M Booher Illustrated by Chris Shehan Colored by Roman Stevens Lettered by Jim Campbell
The issue felt like partially story important and partially filler to get to four issues. Ted is sitting in an interrogation room most of the issue while Kenny is trying to find out more about the specs.
There is a nice scene filling us in on the more long term aspects of the specs by a former owner.
Kenny does find a way to rescue Ted but it may only temporary.
Written by Stephanie Phillips Illustrated by Flaviano Colored by Rico Renzi Lettered by Tom Napolitano
We now see that the world(?) that Jessica et al has found themselves on is one where despite what has happened to their corporeal bodies the residents can not die. Currently that is. A priest in a conversation with Jessica indicates that just a couple days earlier folks could die. Perhaps with Jessica's arrival things have changed.
A philosophy scene between Jessica and a priest, is...over done in my mind. It didn't really add anything to the story.
Jessica, Eddie and Marcel discuss the nature and meaning of the forehead symbols only they can see on the foreheads of the full time residents of this world(?).
The Fates show up to add to Jessica's headaches.
Know You Station 2
Created by Sarah Gailey and Liana Kangas Written by Sarahh Gailey Illustrated by Liana Kangas Colored by Rebecca Nalty Lettered by Cardinal Rae
Dude keeping up with this story is a freakin headache.
The main person who is responsible for figuring out who a murderer is, is in the midst of a near lifelong addiction, detox. Her chief assistant is a computer who may or may not be helping. Neither Elsie's senses nor her memory can be trusted because of the detox.
Another staff member seemingly has as much control over the computer as does Elsie so everything the computer does could be suspect plus the whole memory/senses deal of Elsie's mentioned above.
Why did the needle from an injection the computer gave Elsie get stuck in her neck? That seems kinda weird.
Something is Killing the Children 28
Written by James Tynion IV Illustrated by Werther Dell'Edera Colored by Miquel Muerto Lettered by AndWorld Designs
Erika is in police custody. We didn't really need the miranda scene...kinda pointless at this point just filler. Took up an entire page, waste.
Riqui and Gabi are also in police custody but have decided they need to listen to Erica more than Sheriff Carter.
Cutter has arrived and sets a plan in motion that will further force Erica to run away from the authorities while attempting to kill the Duplicitype all while Cutter hunts her down.