Issue #3 is not like the other two issues. It moves a little quicker with more dramatic spots. As you can notice, Tommy's grown a bit. But is he any more prepared?
Each issue I've tried to mold my main story into self contained chapters leading with a main story. Issue #1 was a overview of the origin of the mask. It let me fit a golden/silver age feel to the book while introducing the main elements.
Issue #2 was an introduction to the main character and his path. It was intended to be a romp and adventure (meaning plot light) while introducing some of the parts of the story that will continue to echo on throughout issue #3.
Issue #3 is a little more serious and a little more story heavy. This culminates Tommy's initial journey in a way he never saw coming. And those that think the above image telegraphs anything more than what was established at the end of issue #2, might be surprised. Remember this is meant to read as a graphic novel, so anything you might have felt was missing from the earlier two parts, I hope you find it in this.
Working away to finish it. Starting my initial layouts to BOOK TWO. I can't wait to get started on that part.