Liam Sharp and Christina McCormack transition from the character development of Charlie Chance to create quite a bit of world building in their second installment of Cap Stone. Is it good?

The story picks up exactly where the first issue left off; Charlie has received an anonymous phone call revealing some groundbreaking information about the missing title character. However, Christina McCormack and Liam Sharp decide to regale us with the story of Ada, mother of Cap Stone. It is not all that interesting and at this point in the story appears to be pure page filler. Although, they do introduce a character, Jim Clayton, a media mogul and step-father to Cap Stone who may play an important role further on in the series.

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