Writer: Doug Wagner
Artist: Daniel Hillyard
Colourist: Dave Stewart
Letterer: Ed Dukeshire
Editor: Keven Gardner
Designer: Sasha E Head
Oh great, Rennie’s sewing masks out of faces and she’s bathing in blood again.
In fairness, it’s what the twins would have wanted. There were odd lads. Victoria seems quite concerned though. I guess federal training doesn’t cover serial killers chopping up other serial killers.
Victoria just needs to get a record playing over the PA so Walter can get his brain working again and stop Dennis from being horribly murdered by horribly murdering a horrible murderer.
Yes, it’s a bit of a moral minefield I guess.
So, plenty going on this month. This issue also fills in a few gaps in the plot by skipping back in time for a few pages. Almost every panel with Rennie is outstanding – we know so little about her yet the way she is drawn seems to tell us so much about who she is. Walter’s face is frequently a delight to, the face of an amiable man with a plan who just happens to do a lot of murders.
Vinyl once again delivers on plot and art. I have high hopes for the final issue, but I’ll be sad to see it finish.