I love the setup of this book: 140 people have been chosen by a dying billionaire to inherit a very large amount of money. We are still meeting some of those people, they come in all shapes, sizes, backgrounds, ideologies, and mental states, and some of them are already in serious danger before they ever get word about their windfall. I can imagine things will only get more tense for everyone as the series goes on, and I’m looking forward to that. The writing by Williams is excellent, as is the art by Dowling. I might even suggest it reminds me of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely at times. So far, nothing is predictable or even very comfortable for any of these folks, and that makes for good stories and great reading.