Getting to know the past of the Sun-Tzu was interesting. Didn't think about them having a past. Nice little fun twist. Seems so many places are out of control and there is always problems for the hime guard to take care of.
While we see more plot developments, I like how the writer Nate Wunderman is always there to lay it all out for you. We get some small reveals at times and a hint of the next storyline but the writer really never reveals too much.
Everybody is meeting and palling again. I am glad I got the bundle. It was awesome being able to just go from one issue to another. Darryl is on his way to his big meeting. Grzzt is still safe for now. Everybody wants him to advance their goals.
I do like the artist's work. There are time when each panel is full of details and other times very minimal. The good part is that he uses the panels wisely and the writing is a great match. The coloring is strong and really adds to the story.
The animals do not just talk but seem to have common sense and the thought process ability. They may be hatching a plan to help this alien invasion. Not that they shared it with the humans at this point. Will they be getting more animals on board? Guess the next issue will give more visibilty into this part of the story.
Seems that several of the animals decide to escape. It looks like they just wanted to be fed. Yes, they were at the cost of some lives. Looks like Darryl will be a double spy. Again, twists and twists. Keeping the plot fresh is good and you surely never bored. The animals do spice up the story.
Several of the plans are in full force. Grzzt is taken to a place and hidden. We'll see how that works out. Kevin is out of jail with his target and now it is on to the next phase of the plan. Kevin's acting is going well. With a quick stop at his apartment and going undercover; the girlfriend is no doubt wondering what is going on.
This issue has much information to sort through. The writer is connecting some of the stories together as we see more of the big picture. One thing you can count on in this series that you will never be able to figure out what is next. The writer continues to add twists and turns making guessing what is next nearly impossible.
This is about the Earther vs Aliens. The Kazoops will force the return of Grzzt if they won't give him back peacefully. The Truth people are causing all kinds of doubt and going on TV to make people question the intentions of the Home Guard as well if there are truly any aliens. This is a good issue and like the twists.
Kevin gets a job from Elektra. As a previous actor before the invasion, Elektra will be testing his skills for sure. Kevin winds up in jail. He is placed in a cell. Of course this placement is strategic. Darryl visits his sick grandfather in the hospital. The grandfather sends the gramdmother out of the room to share the bad news with Darryl. The news is that the grandmother has told Sean Sullivan and the church about Leon the Bear. This is devasting to Darryl and now alot of problems will be in their future. Hoover Dam has been bombed and now many cities are in trouble without power. This issue has has many moving parts. ...
Did want to mention that the cast of characters is large, but it's manageable. The visual imagery by artist and colorist Caracuzzo really give the story a wonderful look. They seem to pick the right colors to brighten up each panel and page.
Grandma is talking. Little does she know that she is hurting this mission and Noah Company. Guess you think you can trust the Reverend. This is going to be lots of problems for everybody now. This issue highlights that beating the Kazoops will be hard and you can not trust anybody.
We see some action. Battling with the Kazoop and a crazy tank. Of course, you have other problems. Noah Company s trying to keep secrets and that is hard to do when people are so free to leak information
Like the cover. Broke the mold with this one. Grzzt is helping the humans. He has plans to help defeat the aliens. Nothing has gone as planned so far, so this doesn't fair too well.
This issue pops at you. Fun and lively