The Katana fleet is discovered and the race to control it begins.
In this issue, a lot of the seperate story threads all come together into one
situation. Perhaps because of this, the story flow worked better than issue
#5. Even with the many things going on, what's happening is still clear to the
I'm not quite sure how to describe it, but I'd say the quality of the pencils
in this issue isn't quite up to previous issues. There are fewer details
(noted especially in the ships) and faces don't quite seem as "live". (As with
#5, my criticisms are in comparing this issue with those previous... not
because I don't consider them good.)
Mara is in 7 panels and her face is hidden in all but one. I hope my previous
reviews didn't scare Terry off of her completely.
I don't know what the deadline issues are like for this series (tighter than
HTTE, I imagine), but it's too bad that the initial quality couldn't be kept
up for whatever reason.
An average individual comic, but part of an above average series. I'm looking
forward to 'Last Command'...