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I've been reading the new Azrael volume since day one, when Michael Lane got his own miniseries during Battle for the Cowl as Azrael II, but I've never been truly gripped by the character or the stories until now. With Azrael #10, David Hine takes, in my opinion, a step in the right direction. I will try not include spoilers for any major plot point in this issue, in case you haven't read this issue yet. Two of my main problems with this volume had been, until now, the art and the storytelling. ...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.