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This issue continues with the same more relaxed tone that the previous issue had. Gone are the outward symbols of craziness, whereas the lingering effects of them remain. That is not entirely true as Johnny and his cat are back and creating quite a rampage of death, but then again this series is not as much about Johnny as it is about Calie. Here she does face her own demons but she also comes to appreciate why it is that she keeps fighting. The entire tone of this series is maintained in its somewhat less tense atmosphere, even when the same overall effect is being sought after. The cliffhanger ending promises a fair amount for the next issue though.