Love & Radiation
Joe Keatinge & Ross Campbell’s GLORY #30, on the other hand, was great. Not flawless, because I’m starting to feel like they’re dragging their feet, plot-wise, with regard to the war and what the significance of Riley’s mystical connection to Glory is, but it had action, character development and gave the cast a breather for a moment. I like the use of Glory’s sister and I think Campbell’s work continues to be gorgeous. I just wish it was moving a little faster.

Joe Keatinge & Ross Campbell’s GLORY #30, on the other hand, was great. Not flawless, because I’m starting to feel like they’re dragging their feet, plot-wise, with regard to the war and what the significance of Riley’s mystical connection to Glory is, but it had action, character development and gave the cast a breather for a moment. I like the use of Glory’s sister and I think Campbell’s work continues to be gorgeous. I just wish it was moving a little faster.