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last posted May 1, 2017, 9:44 a.m.

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Girrion channels Nausicca, the Prince of Katamari Damarcy and a little bit of Jim Henderson to create a science-fantasy tale that moves quite slowly and fails to really work in an episodic form but which might work better in a collected form.

It does have a great central idea in this issue of a tribe of scavengers living inside a damaged spaceship parked in the atmosphere of a planet, the result of a conflict they current inhabitants poorly understand. That had echoes of The Force Awakens for me.

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