As with any decent time travel story, Ed Brisson’s Comeback is not designed for the passive reader, but there’s no doubt that it’s worth the extra effort. Artist Michael Walsh’s purposeful lack of refinement occasionally detracts from an otherwise brilliant read – some faces are little more than handful of loose lines – but the pros outweigh the cons when all is said and done. Brisson’s wibbly wobbly, timey wimey narrative is so admirably ambitious that it’s easy to forgive the book’s visual shortcomings. READ MORE
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