Pay what you want? Whatever you paid you got your moneys worth in this excellent new title from BKV. Set in the future (although not that far) where the information cloud has burst and no-one has any private information anymore. People disguise themselves and live different lives. Bring us into that world the Press and the police seem to be combined (The Forth Estate!) and it’s hard to find out anything new about people.
That’s where PI comes in – finding out about people behind the disguises in many different ways! The wide screen of reading this on the tablet makes it worthwhile. The story is well paced and gives some excellent explanations for a first issue – in fact, no more should be needed for the rest of this potential 10-issue maxi series.
We get a good look at the key characters and their issues and what drives them (although one a little too briefly).
There’s a lot of story packed into this story, but it doesn’t feel to compressed or squashed!
There are some excellent art pieces here – with full advantage of the screen being taken in. The colours and lights are also very well done. I especially like the crowd scenes which are so detailed I am still seeing new things.
This is an interesting story on an interesting model, and I am happy to support it. Long let this story continue!
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