With each frame (artist) Damian Couceiro penetrates the heart of the overall theme predominant in the stories of the Apes, which is, at its core, interspecies survival.I really have enjoyed thePlanet of the Apes: Cataclysmseries so far, and look forward to more in the future. If you're a fan of the series, it's something you will definitely want to check out. Read Full Review
The script makes you sympathize with some, at least, of those damned, dirty apes Charlton Heston complained about. I like the inclusion of political and social elements of the story that remind me of the movies that followed the first one. This is a book worth checking out. Read Full Review
While this "Planet of the Apes" book is the one most likely to connect to the common consciousness or public perception of the concept of a world ruled by apes, it falls short of being memorable. It's decent and entertaining, but by this time next week I would be hard pressed to distinctly recall anything that happened in this issue with any specific detail. I enjoy the Planet of the Apes brand and like the concept of telling early tales of the adventures of Zaius and the lot from the feature films, but given a choice, I'd like to see Hardman step in to the art chores. Read Full Review
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