Mind the Gap #1

Stories with an air of mystery injected into their plots almost always make for more interesting stories. They are sure develop slowly, offering a wealth of gradual revelations, with the payoff, ideally, being something we scarcely suspected. As with any though, it’s difficult to grasp where a story can be headed after only its first issue, leaving readers to ponder the allusions throughout the issue and what they may mean in the greater context of the arc.

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