From writer James Tynion IV, artist Alvaro Martinez Bueno, colorist Jordie Belaire, letters Andworld Design, published by DC Comics Black Label.
I couldn’t wait for volume two of the trade. After reading the first collection, and knowing issue 7 was on the stands, I had to find out what happens next. The problem is, there’s no way to write about what happens next without spoiling it. The writing and art is incredible, as it has been throughout the series. However, the things that happen in this issue set up the remainder of the series. Once we had a feeling of what the story is, this issue confuses everything. We still don’t know what exactly is happening, but felt closer to an answer. Now the how and when are confusing.
Tynion explores ideas made manifest in other series. This book has a different writer approach – keep trying until you get it right. No matter how many edits or drafts that might take. Hopefully this is all vague enough to not spoil anything but intriguing enough to get those of you who aren’t reading this story yet to head to your local store and get caught up.