Marcos Martin has a pretty solid grasp on all the fundamentals as the quiet sections of the issue benefit from a nice range of facial expressions, and the action sequences have a wonderful sense of energy about them. The art also presents key storytelling moments well, as the scene where the Herdsmen make contact with the Major could have been a confusing sequence, but that opening image coherently introduces the idea that not only are the Herdsmen there but they eagerly await the army that has gathered outside. There is also a nice action sequence to close the issue as the Major manages to escape from the facility, and there's a lovely visual where his body is twisted apart by the transportion process. Plus, the final image of the issue pretty much guaranteed my return for the next issue, as it's a delightfully shocking image, and I can't help but be curious to see the fallout from this attack. The cover image also nicely captures the big brother nature of the Herdsmen, as their pr Read Full Review
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