The road is getting rockier and rockier for out beleaguered stay-at-home mom, Jen Fellows, but as the costs of her alter ego continue to pile up should fans even care? Read on to find out.
The official description from Dynamite:
All Jen Fellows wants to do is bury Jennifer Blood once and for all – and she’s not the only one. Our third arc ramps up to a shocking climax as Detective Pruitt makes her move, Jen makes another difficult decision and several wrongs don’t make a right. You won’t believe where we go from here…
The double-life Jen Fellows continues to lead keeps getting more and more complicated. In this issue our protagonist has to make some very tough decisions as she tries to figure out where she and her family go from here. It’s a heartfelt release, full of violence and that killer wit that makes this one of the best comic book series being published today.
Al Ewing delivers a script that’s more than competent as it finally lets the proverbial dominoes fall, as Jennifer Blood starts to face the consequences of her life decisions. There’s no easy way to quantify or encapsulate what happens here, all that can really be said is this series is in the midst of a major turning point that will affect all the characters involved. From start to finish it’s quite honestly a very satisfying read that will leave fans chomping at the bits as they beg to find out what happens next.
Eman Casallos handles the art and once again he does a splendid job. From the design sense embedded into the panels to the rather intelligent details applied to the action, this was nothing short of a top-notch effort. However, there were a couple scenes were faces looked rather weird or even rushed but these were minor moments that just did not do enough to really detract from the overall experience.
Jennifer Blood #18 is another excellent issue that takes this monthly series into some bold territory. Highly recommended.