Space the final frontier or is it?
Our story begins of Abram Adams, an orphan who was picked up by the government after his adopted parents died. Years later, he would be recognized by the government and would become part of the space race but instead of going to the moon, he would go beyond it. Since he has not family ties he became the ideal candidate to take this mission.
Matt Kindt really knows how to set up and deliver a good first issue for this four part miniseries. The story delves back and forth between the past and present introducing us to another person in the story. The transitions between the past and present flow well together without being too hard to follow.
The art from Trevor Hairsine is really good establishing scenes but some of the faces of the characters could be a little more detailed. It’s not a big detractor from the title but everything still looks really good. The characters looks and designs are really good based on the time periods that switch back and forth. David Barons colors really shine giving the characters a little more depth.
Overall this book was interesting and I’m really intrigued to see what happens next. The power that the character wields could make the plot very interesting. Matt Kindt has really solid story to give us along with the art from Trevor Hairsine. David Barons colors are really bring out the art. The story flows well and has really good pacing. The monologue that also happens is really clever once you get to the end.
4.5 out of 5 Cosmonauts