Review: A&A #5

 
This is a really good jumping on point for new readers – although the antics or Armstrong are kept to the minimum as he is off to find his wife! Yes – he forgot he was married. Armstrong does get mentioned though – Archer, on his date with Faith, talks about Armstrong at length – with Faith taking on the role of a new reader, getting their relationship explained to her. Faith is excellent here, I’ve heard great things about her series and this can only encourage new readers to her title too. There is some nice action here which looked initially as if it was building up to something big – but no!
A good read and a nice cliffhanger to go into the next issue too!
 

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