"Ignition City" walks the same line that "Planetary" did in providing both insight into the fictional world and characters' pasts and delivering a story with plenty of forward momentum. Like "Planetary," Ellis has chosen a mystery plot, which allows for plenty of both and it works for a very nice balance. Read Full Review
Everything about this book is geared toward realism and believability, and Pagliarani's pencils and design-work may be a perfect realization of Ellis's muddy, broken world of damaged Space Heroes. Ignition City is definitely one of the best works that Ellis has produced for Avatar. It shows just what a talented writer can do in today's market if Editorial is willing to sit back and just let the Writer write. Read Full Review
However, despite my problems with the series Im still giving this issue (and the series in general) a rating of four bullets because it is quality work by both Ellis and Pagliarani. Its just not as good as it could be (and should be). Read Full Review
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