This series is really good. I love the artwork. Very good plot and character development. Fun to read, I am finally hooked and will definitely keep going. Great ending to this story arch.
Back to Driller. He did that Hulk-falling-from-the-Sky-thing last and then met that Yoda type…. and now…. goblins! Marvel, Star Wars and Tolkien… whatever next!
Great two-page spreads. Humour. A guilty, murderous, crazy robot. And more.
Very good volume. Suspenseful, with some nail-biting sequences.
The first chapter has an interesting way of telling the story. It picks up right where the cliffhanger in the last issue left off. Each plotline has one page-wide panel per page, so you end up reading them in parallel.
We get to see a new Tim.
Seatbelts, people! Get some seatbelts! Has Star Trek taught you nothing? Nice Dune-inspired you-know-what, btw.
Some unnerving stuff happening in chapter two. I feared as much…
Chapter four… new planet and Driller does a Hulk-impersonation…
This volume is quite a rollercoaster of oh-shit-moments! Fabulous ending, worthy of a Hollywood blockbuster.
Driller‘s story. Driller is a real killer, right? Here you find out why he keeps saying that. Not as funny as you assumed.
Not the most exciting issue, especially as the last one in Volume 3. More backstory on Dirishu. A bit of a filler, that killer. Does not bring the plot forward. Character development on a limited scale.
Artwork was ok, but nowhere near the spectacularly beautiful issue #15.