I also learn that the 'time travelers' are also very good manipulators. Ryan Archer as he converses with Microtron still wonders if he is the Nexus of power. I do believe he will learn soon enough! Read Full Review
A rather scattered issue in that the story lurches from one idea to the next, and there's a disjointed feel to the issue that's a little worrisome. I mean I almost got the sense that Dan Jolley is simply working his way down a checklist of ideas that he needs to check off before the Micronauts make their jump to Earth, and as such this issue simply throws one idea after another at the reader. Now some of these ideas are interesting, as Azura Nova looks like a real charmer who is going to add a wealth of tension to the cast. The Time Travelers also make their debut in this issue, and they are just as ambiguous & unclear about their motives as they were in the original series. However, the book never really feels like its anything more than a dumping ground for ideas that they didn't quite get to in the previous issues, and the sense of excitement that the previous issue managed to develop pretty much went out the window. Still, the trip to Earth does have me rather excited. Read Full Review
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