Review – The Department of Truth #11

Written by James Tynion IV
Art by Martin Simmonds
Letters by Aditya Bidikar
Designed by Dylan Todd
Edited by Steve Foxe

America was built on a lie that’s never quite come true. The cracks in that idealistic vision have inspired dangerous people to do horrible things in the name of an America that’s never really existed. Hawk Harrison knows the genuine story of this country, and he’s ready to give Cole Turner a history lesson.”

I didn’t start reading The Department of Truth #11 and think “Today is a day I’m going to get emotional about Bigfoot” – but here we are.

The Department of Truth is a fascinating series that explores these unimaginable concepts in a way that has so much reality grounded in them, it blurs the lines for the reader. Telling the unbelievable in a believable way is such an art in and of itself.

The art is absolutely captivating, as it always is. The Department of Truth definitely wouldn’t be the same or hit as hard without the incredible talents of Martin Simmonds. The colors are beautiful. The lettering is perfect.

Grab issue eleven this week!

-Angel

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