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The Unexpected One-Shot #1

Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: November 16, 2011 Critic Reviews: 1
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    CHUD - Jeb Delia Nov 19, 2011

    I'm intrigued. The pinups in the back alone hint at a concept rife with possibilities. I admit a part-Darth Vader Red Baron has me excited, and the shots of the adult Greys in battle gear are quite striking. There is that risk, however, of coasting entirely on a concept. There's also the risk of playing into the “bad grrl” genre, with T&A and big guns substituting for storytelling. Luckily the creative team of Carbon Grey look to be avoiding those pitfalls, and have established a setting worth revisiting, with class, politics and war all crashing into a theme of control. Each story revolves around the human spirit somehow managing to triumph over the system, even if it's a small victory. This union of the human spirit is universal and captures empathy and sympathy well, even in a world of killers and diplomats. Read Full Review

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