While this may not be the perfect issue, it has the beginnings of a very engaging and exciting story arc. Im really looking forward to seeing where this issue goes, and if youre looking for a title to round out your pull list, Soldier Zero is a strong candidate. Read Full Review
This is one of those series I hate to like as it kind of feels like BOOM's version of the Green Lantern " but I like it. It deals with some pretty rough life issues and the whole military angle is pretty cool. Although it's a new story arc I'd recommend reading the past four issues as well. Jumping on at this point will leave you a bit confused and this book ties in perfectly with the last story arc. Other than a trade print I don't really see the need to call it a new arc. If youre already a reader of this series pick this book up and if you aren't reading the series, pick up the first issue and figure out if it's your cup of tea. Read Full Review
"Soldier Zero" #5 may welcome a new writing team, but there's no big change in tone or focus. DnA make an effort to continue on what Paul Cornell started, for both good and bad. For new readers, there's everything you need to know and, for old ones, there's a lot of rehashing and repetition with Application Nine. Read Full Review
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