Thanks to Ain’t it Cool’s Sleazy G for his thought-out and open-minded review of Testament.
Here’s an excerpt:
If there’s anyone’s work this feels similar to, it would be Alan Moore in PROMETHEA mode or Grant Morrison doing his INVISIBLES thing. Rushkoff clearly wants to play with some of the same tools as Moore and Morrison before him, but he’s doing it from his own distinct perspective. Much like those two works, though, there’s no question there’s an element here of the author testing his theories and beliefs by working them into a continually involving document. It’s going to be intriguing to watch this series unfold and see how well Rushkoff manages to marry the traditional themes of comic book storytelling with the concepts he’s presenting. He’s definitely off to a solid start.
….more at Ain’t it Cool News.