Since the season ended I "got a hold of"
Anyway this is a great comic; much better than the series in many ways (as everyone's been saying). Meet me on the comments page for discussion (bearing in mind that I have no idea where any other readers are in the story; I am not "current" but
ADDENDUM: Just in case anyone's starting at the beginning of the comic series, let me point something out that you may not realize (and that I wish I'd known when I started): namely that the art changes after six issues (From Tony Moore to the vastly superior Charlie Adlard) and it's immediately a whole new ball game. Moore is competent but there's an element of caricature that belies the hyper-realistic dialogue and style; as with all great comic-book-artist takeovers (like the famous Daredevil switch from Roger Maczkenzie to Frank Miller's penciling debut in 1981) there's an instant deepening and broadening of the story. (I can't think of an equivalent in any other medium -- exempt maybe those Twin Peaks episodes directed by David Lynch himself.)