The other survivors that Milliken and Mae were captured by are finding out that the Snowman is very real indeed. Is there a way to stop him though? And can the girls escape his relentless pursuit?

This was the first issue of Jeff Lemire and Jock’s series that frustrated me, with little more occuring than an extended chase sequence and more questions thrown up than answers given.

It’s the ‘Lost’ effect, I think. Drag your audience on too long without answers, piling even more mysteries on top of those already presented, and the whole story starts to become less interesting, rather than more so. Unfortunately, it seems that’s what’s finally happening with Snow Angels.

Hopefully it gets back on track for its last few issues, but for now it does feel as if the shark has been jumped with so little time to wrap everything up satisfactorily.

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