And it reminded my a little of The Matrix. What do you do when life as you know it is completely different than the reality?
The best stories make you think. About the world we live in. About whether or not we’re making the right decisions. They give you a bigger worldview than you had before.
But the best stories also have something that jumps off the page, smacks you in the face, and makes you take notice. And this one didn’t have anything that really jumped out at me like that. But it was a good solid, story, with effective art that complemented whatever action was happening on the page. It drew you in and made you root for the characters, and wonder what was going to happen next.
Thanks to NetGalley, Diamond, and IDW Comics for a copy in return for an honest review.