Reporter: Little Black by Dylan Williams
If you thought that things were starting to come together after reading the first four issues of the Reporter series but hadnâ€™t seen any of the scattered smaller stories, you havenâ€™t seen anything yet. This book touches on just about everything thatâ€™s important, further fleshing everything out. Every time I read any of his books I want to read the other ones right away just so I can see how everything is coming together. The character guide at the start of the book is invaluable too. Usually I just ignore things like that, with this book I found myself constantly referencing it to make sure I knew who they were talking about. We get to see a lot more of Sylvia, find out what The Slothâ€™s story is, see the bandaged men in a quiet momentâ€¦ There are all kinds of wonderful little stories in here. Some are as short as a page, the last one in the book is almost a full length comic at 17 pages. Look, just buy them all. Otherwise you wonâ€™t know everything thatâ€™s going on, and I get the feeling that you really have to know everything.