Issue six picks up after that debacle with Kris, a love interest of Peter's (whom he brainwashed into loving him in an earlier issue). Kris narrates the entire issue, which was interesting seeing as though she wasn't the protagonist I was prepared to read about. She was interesting and her narration on its own did a good job of filling in the blanks of the previous 5 issues and some of the back story. She's the sort of female lead that takes care of her own business and doesn't necessarily need the hero to save/make decisions for her. She proved that aptly in issue six, as it was Kris who ultimately stepped into a leadership/commander role. She assumed responsibility of the problem and thought of a way to solve it, which was a pretty clever and simple way to set up a 'build a team' storyline. The pacing was smooth and kinda drifted through one of Kris' thoughts to the next... but not in a bad way. In a logical 'I'm thinking about all this crazy $#!+ that's going on around me' way. I would buy issue seven just to see what she has in store.
|Kris and Faith|
Yeah. I'd like to see where this story goes.