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Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer Volume 1 Paperback – August 17, 2010
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With a complex cast of characters, the title has the feel of a more traditional comic with superheroes you've probably seen before in other titles. As I mentioned earlier, Velocity is an ever-present part of Cyberforce along with many other members. In a time when so much of Top Cows stuff is pretty original and different, it's nice to see this comic as more of a throwback to some of the stuff you'd see in the 90s.
We have traditional heroes with varying powers working together to combine in interesting ways. The difference is these were granted by an evil corporate technical entity rather than through random genetic mutation. The relationship between the two teams that has been established will be interesting to follow in the future. If you've ever been curious about the series or the goings on of either of these teams of soldiers then go pick it up in stores.
As for the plot itself! Ellis of HK tries to bring together the Hunter-Killer team together with Cyberforce, while Cyberdata and other interested parties try and make them kill each other in order to try and prevent him from bringing them together to oppose a serious plot of theirs he's gotten wind of, all without Ellis asking Morningstar, HK's leader, for permission, for a starter. Even with Ellis trying to prevent the clash between the teams, things don't go quite as well as he'd hoped and there's casualties right off the bat. Stakes are high and characters from both sides play major roles.
Meanwhile, the art is fantastic.
It's a well done story that uses both teams and their respective opponents well.
I'd give it a 4.5 if I could, but baring that it's still a very solid 4 stars.