From Comic Watch: Joshua Cassara is back on art duties with his partner in crime Dean White and I have already waxed lyrical about his wonderful opening pages and that splash. Let’s talk about other elements here. That gritty body horror/plant horror element is there again as Cassara draws the gory consequences of dark and terrible teleflorenic violence in Terra Verde which is accentuated superbly by
Dean White’s use of colors. Cassasra’s facial expressions are superb in this issue and there some really great paneling choices particularly toward the end of the book as well as some breaks too that make this comic a really sterling effort from the art team. I really can’t compliment the art team enough here, this issue is superbly crafted and art wise and is my favorite so far. The level of detail in everything is astonishing from Cassara and White’s coloring never hides any of it while letterer Joe Caramagna sees to it that the dialogue doesn’t subtract one whit from the art and the story reads smoothly.