Well, Wade’s back, which is good. Aaron can write Wade.
But Wade’s return is the soft cliffhanger. Before his appearance, Aaron deals with Carol’s pregnancy and drug addiction. I’m fairly sure there’s some Lifetime movie out there he ripped off, what with Carol literally burning down her drug den to show she’s changing her ways and all.
Aaron uses her to narrate most of the issue. A drug addicted pregnant woman going through withdrawals. He does a terrible, terrible job with that first person narration but he does even worse with the few pages he spends on Dash.
Odd how Aaron’s so bad at narrating his “protagonist” even train wrecks are better.
Guera’s art is utterly wonderful, regardless of what’s going on in the scenes. He’s really hit a good stride lately.
Nothing happens this issue besides Carol deciding to detox. She doesn’t even start detoxing. It’s all useless filler.
Unwanted, Part One; writer, Jason Aaron; artist, R.M. Guera; colorist, Giulia Brusco; letterer, Steve Wands; editors, Mark Doyle and Will Dennis; publisher, Vertigo.