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« on: December 04, 2013, 01:07:22 pm »
I really enjoyed this first issue, it not a home run, but it definitely a hit. There seems to be a little bit of the status quo going on, I not sure if that Marvel editorial mucking about, or Posehn and Duggan trying to retain what has come before. I hope Posehn and Duggan go as far as they can with the character.
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As they accelerated away, we realized that they were therefore giving birth to civilization as we know it. That's the only thing I can remember. I know a black hole was very important to the story. CJES just reported net income for the 4th quarter of $53.4 million on revenues of $220.1 million. Revenues were a bit lighter than expected due to a customer using their own sand, but net profit was higher than expected as higher margin service revenue more than made up for the lower margin sand revenue they lost. A quick, back of the napkin calculation shows that CJES was able to turn each dollar of revenue into 24.26 cents of net profit.
Fafner's had its moments throughout where it's certainly seemed a lot like certain other series, especially with the number of comparisons to Neon Genesis Evangelion. As it evolved it really came into its own though and these last couple of volumes have given it a real strong sense of story where it's been able to tell what it wants to without being too confusing or filled with a lot of religious overtones. It may be a bit simpler because of that and maybe not quite as much real depth,bottes ugg, but what we get here is a strong story with a lot of great action.
The digipak inside the box is made up with good ideas but poor materials for making it work well in the long run. Like many digipaks, I just have a fear that this won't last long if you watch it often or manhandle it the wrong way. The front cover features the same artwork as the front of the box while the back side has just the series logo on it.