In The End: So far so good. John Ridley has created a fantastic alternate reality with complex, believable characters where the heroes are not what they seem. Georges Jeanty, aided and abetted by Karl Story, delivered a great looking comic with wonderful character designs and terrific storytelling. I was extremely impressed with this first issue and have high hopes for the rest of the series. Read Full Review
The technology levels of the government border on the ridiculous. There is simply no way possible that the government of the period could perpetuate the lie in such a convincing manner. No way possible. I don't care how much money they threw at the problem, the technology was not there to suit their needs. The administration also risks innocent lives in perpetuating their lies, and if these characters really are super-heroes, then they would not, could not allow such a thing. A sufficiently corrupt administration may not possess a shred of conscience, but a super-hero would possess more than a shred. A normal empowered individual would object to such treatment. Read Full Review
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