Alright I know you missed issue #1 but here is the good news they didn’t burn all the first issues. There are still some available! So go and try this book. The first issue was setting up the story of a space crew who it appears has been sent up on a doomed mission. It looks like the plan all along has been to kill this crew and make it look like a mission failure. I am fascinated by the story. I love space. Somehow going up into space someday is on my bucket list. I think the likelihood of that happening is very low but one can dream. So I’m going to be biased, no matter what this book is like I will most likely enjoy it. To my surprise this issue shows me that the book is not entirely about the predicament these characters find themselves in. Issue #2’s main focus is on the problem with being trapped in space with a crew you don’t really know. It is a very intriguing look into human relationships in these types of situations. How personality traits slowly come out and how relationships either suffer or strive because of it. I was not expecting this book to go in that direction and I am very pleased it did.
The characters at the focal point of the issue quickly discover they should start learning a little something about all their fellow astronauts. It is all fine and dandy going on a mission with a crew you don’t entirely know but when you get trapped in space and every decision could be a life or death decision, you might want to find out how badly the guy standing next to you wants to live. A very cool comic focusing on a space crew’s relationships when everything goes to hell. The most interesting question this book asks is who would you want as your friend when everyone is looking out for themselves? So catch up to this one before it gets out of hand.