Not only was this story incredible, but it had good action at the end when General Azura fought with Acroyear. She may be a female, but she is definitely lethal. Acroyear is lucky he survived and now has to go to the Iso-pen. This story kept me on the edge from the beginning of the story to the end, looking forward to more of the same! Read Full Review
I must admit that my familiarity with the original series does have me wishing the story was progressing a bit quicker, as I'm eager to be done with the rather familiar feeling introduction phase, and on to the stories where Scott Wherle can find his own path. On the other hand I'm also rather intrigued by how this new version is straying from the original series, as while there are similar elements (e.g. the Baron Karza's backstory), there's also some fairly notable changes. In fact it's these changes that proved to be the most engaging sections of this issue, as Biotron gets a wonderfully chilling scene in this issue that is sure to have Ryan keeping a wary eye on him when these two find themselves together in the Micronauts. This book is also doing a pretty good job of delivering a new version of the series, as I imagine people who haven't read any issues of the original series will find this book to be an engaging sci-fi adventure. Read Full Review
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