Written by Cullen Bunn
Art by Leomacs
Colors by Jason Wordie
Letters by Ed Dukeshire
The Rundown: Harmony begins a new life and finds out that she’s not alone.
After separating from her father, Harmony hits the road and finds herself stuck in a bus station surrounded by phantoms. When a young woman named Dani finds her and takes her to some semblance of safety.
After introducing her to the other people who live on the farm, Harmony discovers not only that everyone there has the same gift she has, but that together they can send the phantoms away for good.
The Story: Bunn continues to develop an engaging and dark story in this new arc. The plot does a great job of developing Harmony as a character and giving her new interactions that enhance her story. I thoroughly enjoyed the progression of the issue and how it creates a new and more interesting world for Harmony with new mysteries to explore.
The Art: Leomacs delivers some beautifully detailed art that brilliantly showcases the ghosts of the story and makes their presence truly menacing.