As with Black Summer, Ellis is using this book to explore issues of control and social responsibility through a superhero lens. Here, however, those notions look as though they might be taken to even more fascistic extremes, with the superhero elements given a far more sinister veneer than regular readers of superhero comics might be used to. Its still very much in the early stages, but No Hero is already shaping up to be a highly enjoyable and thought provoking read with interesting characters and a strong central concept. I look forward to seeing where it goes. Read Full Review
The end of the issue points to the series speeding things up a little, but even the leisurely pace here isn't a big problem. Ellis and Ryp aren't just telling a story here. They're working to create a world that's believable, and are doing a good job at it. Read Full Review
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