So I'll get the ball rolling on this one. I gotta say, reading the blurb at the beginning of this book ruined the parts of the book that ACTUALLY dealt(heh) with the title character, in the way a person who's already seen a movie sitting next to you and they blurt out "Oh, this is part with the pencil in the eye!" I've noticed this in SOME of the other Spotlights, but not to this extent. Beyond that... the "Revelation" parts of this book were too brief to feel as though much ground was covered in certain plot threads(Jhiaxus, I'm looking at you... for a split second). But I did like what I saw, Don't get me wrong. I just wish there were more pages to read, more space for the story to breath. I kinda think they're working towards a book where every panel is a scene cut, where everyone gets ONE word balloon, with nothing but Furmanisms as monolouges(wouldn't that be hillarious? they shoud totally do that up). Thoughts?