The Rocinante crew hunt down an elite cadre of deep-cover operatives who’ll stop at nothing to cover their tracks — no matter how many innocents they kill in the process. And when the true enemy hides among you… trust can be a dangerous thing…
Monolithic writer Andy Diggle (Green Arrow: Year One, The Losers) and lauded artist Francesco Pisa (Heavy Metal) continue the unforgettable new storyline, set after the events of the Hugo Award-winning TV show, revealing the previously unchronicled years between The Expanse: Babylon’s Ashes and The Expanse: Persepolis Rising.
ComicBook.comDragon Tooth #7 makes the conspiracy surrounding the Rocinante's crew personal as their investigation uncovers notable revelations and draws a target on at least one member's back. The excitement surrounding this issue's central action sequence is ultimately anti-climactic as the build and anticipation surrounding the event is met with a splash panel that doesn't appear particularly grievous. James Holden's response lacks the fury it claims and appears mostly annoyed in depictions on the page, and those struggles with facial acting are consistent throughout the issue. The mystery itself proves far more gripping with new information about this station and its crew both suggesting something massive on the horizon. However, in this issue it's most impatience that drives readers to wonder what's really happening.