Tear-Stained Makeup #3 by Marcos Perez
What ever happened to that woman who tried to kill herself in the first issue anyway? Or how about the doctor who is trying so hard to save her, whatâ€™s his story? Donâ€™t worry your pretty little heads about these things a moment longer, as theyâ€™re answered here! Well, mostly. Sort of. OK, he at least starts to talk about them. Also, you get to see what a scumbag that singer from the last issue is, but now I fear I may have said too much. Another great issue, all around, with more questions than answers, but still more than a few answers, which is why you keep coming back in a regular series, right? Something about the art wasnâ€™t as crisp in this one either. I donâ€™t know if it was rushed, bad equipment or what, but it looked like it. Which isnâ€™t to say it was awful, as the man has a serious talent with the whole drawing end of things, just that Iâ€™ve seen his stuff look better. A blip on the radar once the big collected book comes out with the first ten issues or so, whenever that happens, and it better happen, because I find myself already invested in these characters.