Visually, the series sees little improvement in this third issue. Matteo Buffagni's framing of the opening aerial battle does show better framing than previous action sequences, but in general his character placement and storyboarding is weird and off-kilter. Meanwhile, his figures are flat and lacking much in the way of facial expression. It's mainly the armored and technological elements that shine in this series. Read Full Review
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