jumps on the Bat-bandwagon in the fourth chapter of "To Drown the
World." Clearly, his panel style is much more similar to J.H.
Williams' than his predecessor's was, and he gives each of the six
main characters a distinctive page motif; however, that's just
design. The artwork itself needs some refining, and despite keeping
Guy Major as a colorist, the palette felt unfamiliar; but all this
is expected of a first issue.
Storywise, the plot
seemed to stall for all six points of view in order to focus the
attention on Sune, who by now has probably gained the resentment of
Maggie Sawyer's and Flamebird's fans. The puzzle continues coming
together through the non-linear narrative, despite its detractors;
although the final pages give off the vibe that a more sequential
approach might be on its way for the closing chapters of the arc.