Dr. Percival Vodnar recounts the early days of Lex, Cal, and Luna–all mind control victims from a facility in Dignity Colony, Chile. The truth is also revealed about an assault on the global population through public education and water fluoridation by “The Council.”
Told mainly in flashback, this is a much more structured issue of Time Samplers where we find out about the history of mind control and the various characters role in Dignity Colony!
There’s some really nice reading here, with the descriptions and the threats well observed – finishing off at a nice point for the second issue. I think this was the right point for this type of review – we get to see what the team are fighting against and the level of the threat (worldwide) there is also something more personal. The science is fun and not too technical for this type of story – not getting bogged down in the details. The differences between the methods is hammered home here, but it’s not too heavy handed.
As some thing different here, we get a good mix of the serious and humour, action and talking heads, fight and defense!
The art is nice and strong, and the characters and their situations are well defined – as well as the close up shots we get some really nice wide one – making the read on the iPad very good!
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ComiXology has cornered the market on digital comics, with the company pumping out originals left and right. Their newest release is Delver, co-written by C. Spike Trotman and MK Reed, with art by Clive Hawken. […]