Writing fills in the previous story of Maria B and Reverend Sean Sullivan. Interesting characters. The writer makes the story quite easy to follow along. Appears that Sullivan is on the "bad guys side" and Maria on the home guard side. How they weave him into the story will be entertaining.
The attack on Fort Knox is one of the worst in a long time. Kevin's backstory is an actor from Hollywood. He goal was to be a big story. The aliens stopped his dream and now he is with the home guard. Grzzt is sharing more technology and why the Kazoops are here. The General Secretary is trying to stop these attacks and hopefully with the help of Grzzt, he can
This issue so far is my favorite with the artwork. It is crisp and the colors were on point. Appreciate foundation that the writer is laying out for the team's past. This issue covers Darryl and Pepe. Seems that Pepe and Nate are friends from the fraternity days. Also, getting to know who the main characters are.
The team is freaking out. Guess nobody thought about where the animals are going to live. Each team member has some animal assigned. The one with the bear for example---boy oho boy--can we say challenge? I like how the writer transitions from story to another. It is seemless and keeps me interested.
Have to say this issue has much going on. Not that is a bad thing. The foundation is starting to take shape as we learn so much more what this series may be about. The technology that Grzzt has will be helpful. The process of having animals be able to talk actually communicate is an intriguing spin on the comic. I think this may be something I will enjoy.
Like the other reviewer, I got the first issue for free and went for checking the series out. The team captures one of the alien bugs. This bug is studied and they try to figure out what this alien is about. He is a defector and is named Grzzt. Grzzt wants to help the humans. The enemy unfortunately finds them and tries to attack the lab. They have to escape. This issue was even better than the first. The colors are vibrant and each panel is unique.
Publisher: Top Cow
Date Added: 08/18/2018 07:41:50
I fell in love with this, then suffered from a broken heart when I saw that there were only eight issues. The artwork is supurb, but what really made this series work was the premise, the characterization, the twists, and the humor. Top Cow, Stjepan Sejic, if you make more, I will buy.
150+ pages. A superb retelling of the legend of Boudica, the Queen of the Iceni Celtis in Roman Britian.
This cleaves close to the legends we have all heard with the addition of some interesting (and some hated! [we are supposed to hate them]) characaters.
The art is fantastic and each character is carefully crafted.
For the history buff there are plenty of little "Easter Eggs". The "Bar Bar Bar!" was a favorite.
I paid $4.00, but printed it would be worth a lot more.
If you are a fan of the story, the time or of Celtic Britain, then this is a must buy....
This was an interesting mini series. It left a message for the reader to think about - greed. It was easy to read. I really liked this artist and writer together. The bundle is the way to go. You want to read it from beginning to end in one sitting.
Very bold ending to story. The creator put together complex and detailed characters. The writer and artist were a great team. They were able to capture the struggle of Hector in each panel as you watched his ups and downs. The ending was not predictable but you felt that each page you read it was downhill for Hector. The creator Nate Wunderman wrapped up the story for all the characters quite well. Do suggest you reading this mini series
The past situation is hard for Hector to deal with. Turning to drugs probably wasn't the best way for Hector to try and fix everything. He is not thinking clear and his actions are catching up to him. He is going to run out of money and his desparation is escalating. Not going good at all.
The artist Dug Nation does a superb job at capturing the various facial expressions. The writer Hannibal Tabu has a way with words to help the reader feel Hector's pain