Reporter #3 by Dylan Williams
Remember back in my review for #4 (which, in my defense, was the only issue that I had) when I said that I just didnâ€™t see what all the fuss was about? Well, I was thoroughly, completely and utterly wrong. This story is what they call a rich tapestry. It looks like everything is eventually going to come together and make sense, but I honestly donâ€™t even care if it does because the individual issues are just a blast. #1 was a great setup for some of the characters and whatâ€™s going on. I donâ€™t have #2 yet, but #3 tells the story of what happens after the robbery in #4 (and you wonder why I was confused) and Adamâ€™s role in it. The whole thing was wonderfully done, right down to his internal dialogue when he findsâ€¦ um, at some point in the story. Trying not to give anything away here, OK? This one is a bit pricey at $3, but has that ever stopped you before? Seriously, I guess it probably has on a few things, but this is well worth it. Iâ€™m going to get #2 as soon as I have enough money to buy some stuff from USS Catastrophe and I canâ€™t wait to see what all the short stories are about, how they all tie in with everything else. Iâ€™m thoroughly hooked now. Dylan Williams, get to work!