Review by Jeremias de Leon
The story naturally picks up where the previous issue left off. With Daisy on the run from her father she and her boyrfriend must be careful wherever they go.
In it we see Daisy get fleshed out more and what kind of man her boyfriend that leads her to who she'll become is. The writing is well thought out and the dialog is alright. What really stands out is Daisy's dialog in particular and her inner monolog. It gives a nice insight into her mental state.
Her father however, is shown as just someone with pretty much no redeeming qualities. Besides mentioning not wanting to lose Daisy later on in the comic it seems he doesn't care at all. The story is still engaging though.
The art style works really well in this story and it really stands out in this comic. It has a nice eastern flair to it's details. It's really cool and noticable on the page layout and environments especially and it's really darn cool.
Is this issue worth picking up? It definitely is. Though I wasn't as enthralled by the story as last issue it was still compelling enough. Especially when it goes into Daisy's emotion and mental state. The art also has a nice flair that's real interesting. I give this issue of Executive Assistant Assassins a solid 9 out of 10