I reviewed, "Crisis Zone," a bit ago for my friends over at Forces of Geek and discussed how amazing a comic it was. Simon Hanselmann makes good stuff. Also, there are certain reviewers whose writing I love and one of them is Tegan O'Neil, so when her (as she admits, very late) review of, "Crisis Zone," went up on The Comics Journal the other day I eagerly dove into the lengthy and thoughtful piece. Is it weird for one reviewer to write an article singing the praises of another review? Is that navel-gazey or reviewer-inception in a way? I don't care, I'm still going to tell you that you obviously ought to read, "Crisis Zone," and insist you read Tegan's review too.