Coming back into the book after re-reading the original twelve issues and starting in on the second volume is a bit awkward, but I just can't get enough of the Next Men material. It's a book that's very re-readable and just looking at how this series has gone only adds to that. This issue covers a lot of ground and really messes with the cast in a big way, but it's also got some gaps to be explored, especially when it comes to Bethany and what she's going through. The time period she's in, and dealing with those from 2147, adds a lot of wrinkles to the series that demand explanations. But I like that certain things got tweaked right from the start and events were made clearer with what's happening with the rest of the team in their journey through time. Read Full Review
The Star Trek bits where "Kirk" and his away team mount a peaceful recovery still offer the best parts of Next Men. They practically glow optimism, and their advanced technology appears to be magic. Can these innovations help the Next Men, or perhaps a side-effect of time tampering will provide the answers? I'm interested in finding out. Read Full Review
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