Writer – Mike Grell, Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Artist – Mike Grell, Greg LaRocque
Inker – Romeo Tanghal, Vince Colletta
Colours – Adrienne Roy
Letters – Ben Oda
Travis and his companions find Jennifer’s boat crashed upon the shore and he knows that they are on the right path to finding her. After they split up to go on different paths, Morgan and Shakira are attacked by a dinosaur. After the battle, Morgan is visited by a beautiful woman who also just happens to be the personification of death and he makes a devil’s bargain with her to save the life of his friend Shakira. Mike Grell takes Morgan to Hell with this issue, or at least a little ways down the path, so that he might save Shakira from a permanent fate. It is an exciting little tale, one that sees our hero closer to the great beyond than ever before, but also one that sees the man doing what he does best – sacrificing his life in the service of others simply because it is the right thing to do. Morgan has always done what is best for his friends and it is nice to see that after so many issues, Grell keeps his character upon that path. Grell’s artwork is still incredibly stunning as well, as he draws beautiful women like no other and it is a little surprising that Morgan could refuse Death like that as women are his one great weakness. This was a really solid issue with the forty-sixth book of the series.
4 out of 5