This is writer Philip Eisner’s first comic work, but it doesn’t feel like a first-time effort. The storytelling is smooth, the characters are well-developed and some of the dialogue is fantastic. (I would buy a book that was nothing but the lead villain telling people how insignificant they are.) I’m going to be watching for anything else he writes in the future. The art from Augustin Padilla is perfect for the story – he’s excellent in his use of shadows and his depictions of carnage.