The Massive, now 15 issues in, has never faltered, never compromised and never failed at telling an engaging story. In a landscape of comics that rarely show long-term consistency, The Massive has been a book you can count on for over a year now. While some of the flashier titles like Superior Spider-Man and All-New X-Men receive the lion's share of the spotlight, and critical darlings like Saga and East of West get the fanboy love, The Massive fills a spot in every comic book reader's heart, that spot where you keep the titles that you always know you can count on.
In part three of 'Americana', the fifth arc of this series, we are shown some of the deeper histories of the crew, and dynamics amongst the group we weren't privy to before begin to surface. Mysteries that have not previously been eluded to are now put under the microscope for us to dwell on as we await the next arc, and stories that have been seeded come to a close.
Brain Wood and Garry Brown (and a few other artists) have built something special with The Massive, and I'm happy to be along for the ride.
If you haven't checked it out yet, I recommend that you do.