Anywho, the general storyline is okay: a general mystery really and you can try and figure it out as you go alone. Throughout the comic too, are hidden little references to other novels and works, which is a nice touch. Kevin O’Neill is the illustrator of this graphic novel, and his art style is really very good. O’Neill creates some really nice Victorian scenery some times, and at other times he creates some amazingly eerie and creepy scenes. On the downside though, there are some scenes which are needlessly sexually explicit, which is somewhat annoying. Once the excitement of all these characters being together wares off, you may begin to get a little bored of the story because I think it is slightly bland.
Nonetheless, regardless of any downsides, this is a good start to the series: 7/10