"Dark Maze" follows up "Sea of Green", and it doesn't disappoint. our hero, Hock, now has to find a homeless man who is connected to a series of murders. This man, "Picasso", is connected to the Coney Island scene, and thus, Hock has to untangle the intricacies of thier politics. The story is still honest, as Hock tries to understand just who Picasso is before someone else dies. You are kept at the seat of your patns until the final, bloody ending. Great story, but not quite "Sea of Green"