Cave Carson has a Cybernetic Eye isn't the most action packed or enthralling. Starting slow and packing all the action and plot in towards the very end. But conceptually alone, a hero turned widower makes for an interesting idea, it's just Cave Carson might be too obscure of a hero to capture the hearts of new readers. There is, however, a brutal fight between the spelunker and a Cronenberg monster that may be worth the read through. The art, although worth it for its vibrant array of colors and page layout, is distractingly inconsistent. Readers shouldn't necessarily rush to this premier issue right away, unless they're already fans of the character. Although heavy with content, it still may be worth the wait to pick this issue up with issue #2, as the plot doesn't gain steam until the end. Way and his Young Animal gives us another weird gem to keep an eye, but not enough to purchase right away.