Reporter #2 by Dylan Williams
Is it OK to call something a rich tapestry if itâ€™s only a few issues old? Well, if it is, then thatâ€™s what this is. This issue is the one that Iâ€™d been missing in the series, and it really didnâ€™t fill in any holes like I thought it would. Thatâ€™s not necessarily a bad thing. This is all about two people meeting and getting to know each other. The thing is that one of them is a ghost, and I donâ€™t think Iâ€™m giving anything away by telling you that because thatâ€™s basically the description for the issue on the order form inside the book. Itâ€™s possible that I wouldnâ€™t even know that if I hadnâ€™t read said description, as itâ€™s very subtle and understated. Anybody whoâ€™s read one of these knows that theyâ€™re all essential, right? For everybody else, this is a wonderfully self-contained issue that barely hints at the much larger picture. My only complaint is that the dialogue seems a bit forced at times, but this is about a couple of teenagers. Itâ€™s $2.50, do yourself a favor and get the whole bunch of these at once so you can see them how theyâ€™re meant to be seen.