My only real complaint is that, although they are fun, I generally find myself less interested in Nura's adventures than those of Nik and Sex. The interludes are not bad by any stretch of the imagination, though, I just don't think they are for me right now. That said, I do feel like the Nura story is amping up and going to go somewhere interesting. Read Full Review
Multiple Warheads: Alphabet to Infinity #2 shows the same creativity, the same freshness and the same world building that Graham has done in both King City and Prophet but here it is so much more warmly welcoming to the reader. It doesn't approach the reader as someone new to the world and therefore show off how different it is from everything else (even though it is.) In this book, we find a world that is about love as much as it is about the weirdness of its landscapes. Graham easily moves between a story about a bounty hunter and her odd jobs and two lovers trying to discover a new life for themselves. For both parts of the issue, he settles into a groove that lulls the reader into it and welcomes them into Graham's imagination. Read Full Review
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