Why is there a gap in the Governors files when it comes to Roswell? Michael investigates the secrets of his abduction, powerful enemies gather against the Alvarado campaign, and Arcadia makes the most desperate decision of her life.
Ryan Kelly's art doesn't feel quite as sharp this issue. Nothing pops or looks especially great; it just kind of comes and goes. Add in some poor coloring choices that make some of the male characters look way too similar and you have an all together ho-hum package. Hopefully, things will pick up and Saucer Country will start to become the book that the first issue promised it to be. Read Full Review
I think it is evident that Issue #4 is a stepping stone to see the bigger picture, but it feels like Cornell is holding out on us. Saucer Country #4 is a little dodgy on the fluidity and only almost works. I am looking forward to a bigger stride in Issue #5. Read Full Review
It's a shame, because there's a lot to like here: the characterisation is good, there's clearly a lot of thought placed in the plot, and Kelly's visuals are worth the cover price alone -- but it's all adding up to a book that just doesn't have the visceral punch it needs to make each issue feel satisfying. It's as though Cornell has paced the comic as he would pace a weekly TV series, and ultimately, that's too slow for monthly comics. Read Full Review
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