And I don't know who's responsible for the final image of the issue, but the contrast between Kaufman's giddy happiness and the, um, action of the old guy in the street was hilarious. Even though Kaufman is a bit of a jerk, he's growing on me, kind of like he is with his commanding officers. I'm actually starting to care about what happens to him beyond just as a fan of Ennis and Chaykin. As the story goes on, I assume we'll find out a little more about what motivated him to join up and why he didn't go through proper channels. But there's plenty of time for that. Read Full Review
For whatever scripting faults this issue may possess, Ennis has a great handle on the tortured and naive Kaufmann. I already find myself hoping the Phantom Eagle's first flight won't be his last. Read Full Review
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