True, but they just got a lot of pages and Bats was way too understanding, he's been harsher on Superman!
Or wait until Oct!
Now moving on....
Namibia: Episodes 1-5 (aka Kenya 'Season 2')
A recently concluded Cinebooks series by Leo, it's a sequel to the Kenya series they did, another 5-album cycle. Like that, this reads far better as one big 250-page or so story. (It's generally true of Leo's work as a whole, though it might be the upcoming Trent book breaks that pattern.)
Like most BD comics, the art is superb, but then again it ought to be - this set of 5 albums was originally published 2009/10-2014/15! Yep, a 5-year run, which we get to skip and instead gorge on the entire lot in one go:
It manages to evoke the era of the early 1950s very well, while doing a very covert alien invasion story, much in the way the first cycle did. Leo's stories tend to be built on a common method, plots are ran individually and gradually come together by the end. Each individual episode is a substantive piece of the puzzle and it concludes very well, leaving the door open for a third cycle if Leo is so inclined.
Should you buy? Well, that's the thing. It's 5 volumes, the best net price you'll get per volume is about £5.10, probably closer to £5.50, which gets you to about £26-27 for one story. It's not cheap, though given how monthlies are going in price, it's probably not that much of a jump either! There is a very high density to the story contained in each volume, so I'd say you do get your money's worth in that respect. Plus Titan, Archaia and IDW's prices for Euro-comics tend to be significantly higher still than Cinebooks.
For what it's worth, I really enjoyed this and its predecessor - both are slow-burn, gradual stories which is why I advocate reading as a set of albums, but appreciate that's a major gamble.