The part of the story showcasing this character is one of the highlights of this issue although there are others. The story continues along, keeping the reader intrigued by the cyber attacks that have been going on, but the true heart of this issue lies with its villain and it is where the story succeeds. People can be many different things, and even the best can also be the worst or vice versa, and the villain shows this. More so, this issue serves as a a great starting point to understand the problems of modern Western society, where to draw the lines of what is legal and accepted versus what is not. Indeed there are no easy answers, and neither are there any in this series. By presenting an identifiable and sympathetic villain the story gains its own grey area, and it succeeds because of it. Read Full Review
As the book progresses it keeps going down a very gray tunnel. The ideas presented are neither all good or all bad. They are so well mixed, it leaves it up to the readers to decide which is which. If you want to fill the void 24 left in your life, let Hacktivist take its spot. Read Full Review
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