Creative Force: Chuck Dixon, Scot Eaton, Andrew Hennessy, Andrew Crossley
What would a tyrant do with a city of radicals and malcontents? How about disposing of them entirely? Letís just say that this is being contemplated here in Sigil #33. With this edge of fear in the horizon, we have some warmth in the story as the real Roiya and Samandahl Rey are reunited and Roiya shows her affection through her hug.
Sam notices that Roiya is not her old self and she shows this by mentioning that they should erase the digital Roiya, that all she is made up of is data. This real Roiya seems to have a callous heart. The real Roiya seems bitter and simply treats the other Roiya as a non-existent. Bitterluck crew get themselves in a bad situation and there is an encounter with a biomechanical hybrid.
Superior artwork along with a marvelous story that moves with a pounding rhythm. I love the junk-collecting alien that is depicted in this story too. Where do the creators get the ideas for these characters?
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