April 20, 2014 - Bring back to the side, right?
But I'm getting cynical.
Back to Nazis, Hitler... OR to Whitechapel
I am not a fan of the cheapening of the story - but here it seems to work. Or at least it felt much more interesting than the last issue - which I will take.
Now, the writer does a good job of really reaching back into the history and telling an interesting story about ripping through the woman.
Unfortunately, to do this, the story needs to make the female victim a complete dolt. And making her into this silly little idiot didn't help the story. But it really made for a few interesting perspective shots, and reaches down into the suggestion dialogue.
But what in the world is up with this cover, eh?
The story telling the start of the Unity 2000 legend was interesting. And good to see that the company was attempting some publicity behind it, right?
At least it wasn't bikers, right?
It's not as if the comic was some masterpiece - but at least the whining has been put into the background of the comic for a while. Even if he quickly overcomes any real problems - and just jumps out of the rocket.
The portrayal of the sheikh of sorts is a little better than he might have been in a usual sixties type of a comic.
But still. The Red Skull. I just imagine him shrieking and yelling nearly every line of his own dialogue. And most certainly the threat - or relative threat - of the spread of Communism was alive and well at the time. But this overarching sense of patriotism - like some bad caricature lately.