Another highly enjoyable issue, as Todd Nauck looks to be having a lot of fun with the basic premise of this series, and while the focus has shifted away from the reality television material, it's still a fun background element, and the more straightforward rescue mission that has taken over is quite entertaining. The diverse cast of characters is also largely responsible for this book's success in my eyes, as one is never allowed the opportunity to grow bored with a particular character, as the book's attention bounces all over the place. Now there are some characters who look like they are pretty much ensured a spot on the team, as Red Rover puts in a very impressive showing, and Jun-Go and Ignacia have been given enough panel time that I can't imagine they wouldn't make the cut (though I do have to say that Red Rover and Jun-Go's abilities are a bit too similar for my liking). In the end this issue is yet another solid chapter in what I have to say is one of the most enjoyable minis Read Full Review
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