In the end I thought this was a strong introduction for the miniseries and actually introduced a character that seems to be dynamic enough to provide more storylines in the future if this miniseries is a success. I was impressed with the book as a whole and felt like it offered readers a lot of storyline and character development to kick off a first issue of a series. I also would like to applaud the creators for introducing a strong, female leading character. That is not an easy thing to do and they executed it flawlessly. I really anticipate the next issue to be equally as strong, if not stronger and would suggest that everyone give this one a try and check it out. Read Full Review
This is the sort of fare that was typical of Image Comics in the 1990s, and we still see a lot more like it these days. I'm actually surprised this wasn't produced by Image's Top Cow Productions arm, since it's the sort of fare for which it's well known. Of course, the artwork doesn't really fit in with that Top Cow house style. It's much more reminiscent of Paul (War of Kings) Pelletier's style. Mind you, the overall tone of the story and the Kewl, sex-bomb heroine is a poor fit for the artist's approach here. Read Full Review
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