A close encounter of the weird kind. Sen meets JOY, a human ghost living in the DREAM ZONE that now occupies Sen’s mind. But as Sen tries to make sense of Joy and her alien Earth culture, a dangerous assassin sent by the tyrant PRIMORIS awaits his chance to strike…
ComicBook.comThe science-fiction epic of the year continues in stellar fashion, tying together a tale both cosmic in size and supremely personal. Kesgin's firing on all cylinders with both the script and lineart, which all comes together in a pretty hefty package. The story moves along quite fast and despite that, our protagonist gets ample development as we see how she got to the current place in time. Though aliens make up this comic's ensemble cast, it's still a surprisingly human story that's as charming and optimistic as it is heart-wrenching.
Major SpoilersAs improbable as it may be, I like the way the dreams are used to connect Sen and Joi to give impetus to the plot. We can look at Modia through the lens of a past Earth, and Earth through the lens of Modia and ponder the similarities.