I am rating this because I read Edition #6, although I do not have the entire Vol. 2 graphic novel. I specifically dug this out for my A to Z Book Challenge, and it made me sad I don't have the other editions in this volume.What I liked about what I read:*The inking is very descriptive, even to the point of showing the character's emotion.*The story is realistic and well-grounded. As I read Rucka's afterword, he takes this seriously and does his research. I felt that this book has relevance and a scary realness.*Tara's character is complex and conflicted. She believes in her work, but there is the sense that it's destroying her.*Although no action occurs on scene, the sense of risk is apparent.I hope to track down this collection so I can read the rest of it.