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The Invisibles, Vol. 4: Bloody Hell in America
A bit of a palette-cleanser after the dense, didactically-researched and intricately-plotted former volumes, this quick work (just over 100 pages) is more like a graphic novella covering one small detour along the main path of the story. Containing more straightforward action (and gore) than all the other books combined, it felt most "regular comic book"-ish, but still had a few good twists. The next volume is nearly three times the length, hopefully getting us back onto the main narrative of the story.
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