sábado, 21 de abril de 2018

Some thoughts about Cave Carson has an Interstellar Eye #2

Cave Carson's journey will take him to new civilizations.

After contemplating the death of an old friend, Cave will have to escape along with Chloe from a war between two powerful cosmic armies.

A pretty energetic chapter.

Jon Rivera offers a new installment where he focuses on the ramifications from the last one with Cave and Chloe just in the middle of a conflict that escapes their reasoning. The way how both sides are explored is pretty interesting and with the kind of creativity that you can expect from this book, particularly how each army sees the death of their partners in their own way and that contrasts solidly with each other.

The solid dialogue helps to make the conversations much more believable despite of how incredibly unbelievable the whole situation and the doses of humour are appreciated to, I particularly laughed at how Cave thinks that how people in other planets might know him from his podcast and Chloe responds to him: "Dad, we have like, 12 subscribers".

Michael Avon Oeming's artwork continues to be stellar thanks to the vibrant and flexible style that gets the best from cosmic battles and scenes.

There's once again a second segment based on Cave's podcast which tells more about his past and is still pretty interesting due that it focuses on classic stories that I hope to visit one of these days. Paul Maybury's artwork is fairly simplistic but gets the job done.

Solid issue, hope the next one doesn't take too long.

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