We get a deeper look into the character's relationships with each other, and a much needed sense of relief pacing wise from this book that has been like a roller coaster ride since its inception.
Dysart has done an unbelievable job with this title, and over the past year it has managed to remain near the top of my pile every week it comes out, and this issue is a good example of why.
With such a diversity of background, it is often easy to overlook the bonds that hold this group together, so Dysart takes the time here to remind readers of what it is that keeps these kids so reliant on each other, and why Peter's psyche benefits so greatly from having someone like Faith in his life. The same goes for Kris and Charlene's relationship, which takes a surprising turn here in issue #15. Overall, the deeper look at the characters in this issue, sans all of the mayhem that typically surrounds them, was a welcome change of pace.
Not to leave our characters happy and hopeful for too long though, those final two pages were absolutely jaw-dropping...
Dysart and a mix of great artists have made Harbinger a book that not only exceeds expectations, but is arguably one of the best books on the rack every month.