If you hate Mark Millar, keep on walking. There is absolutely nothing here that will change your mind. But those of you who enjoy all the elements and concepts I listed about, hop on in for an insane tale about the U.S. Army creating superheroes for soldiers. You wouldn't want to miss the explosions, would you? Read Full Review
I agree with most of Kyle's points. The characters are completely forgettable – part of this is the Tony Harris' fault, the other is Mark Millar's for not giving them enough personality. So yes, this book is being kept more afloat on its concept/plot than the characters. But the last few pages, in true Millar fashion, are shocking – and that's enough to make me want to come back next month. Oh, and the dull color palette by J.D. Mettler is awful. Not a fan. Read Full Review
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