The move to Earth hasn't exactly been the raging success that I had hoped it would be, as the oversized environment has played very little role in the actual story. Now the invasion aspect of the material is interesting enough and one can't help but be impressed by the success that Baron Karza looks to be having, as well as the ruthless efficiency that he looks to be carrying out his plan. However, I had really hoped that the move to Earth would bring back some of the magic from the original series, but this book seems quite bound & determined to stick to the space opera that made up the first eight issues. As such the only real moment in this issue that plays up the idea of the size difference in Archer's visit with his former girlfriend, and this scene is hardly the most impressive, as the visit is handled in a rather hurried manner, and the woman seems to have very little trouble accepting the idea that her former boyfriend has been shrunk, and is running around with a group of mini Read Full Review
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