‘Fall of Cthulhu #0 is a nice setup, well-written, well-drawn… Nelson wrote Boom!’s Second Wave, which featured the most intense first reading–I think it was the sixth issue–I’ve come across in a couple years, so I imagine he’ll do good things.”
“…it is more about the psyche of the soldier and the religion of glory for its own sake not for pride of oneself. The war machine is so massive, encompassing an endless supply of combatants, that a story of a battle or even the winning of a planet is only a small spec in the big picture. Rather, Abnett & Edginton concentrate on the interactions of the people and the system they live in. What is the ethic of keeping a man alive but sleeping, only to waken for major battles because he is the intelligence and not much more in a behemoth battle machine. There is much more to this if you do more than scan the art because it appears to be about violent warfare and odd looking beings and weapons.