And talking about colouring, later the book shifts abruptly from an all-red palette to dark grey and it makes an almost physical impact.
The primary colourist credited is Joesph Bergin III
Volume 4 opens with an amazing review of a lifetime spanning centuries with and amazing assembly of artists each taking a few pages and providing a visual cue as to the changes in the characters life as the move from the battlefields of World War 2 into deep space.
Also credit to the colourists who unify very different art styles through their palette choices.
Just been binge reading Volumes 3 and 4 of Prophet which is just an amazing comic. Space mysticism on a par with the strangest of French sci-fi (in fact Incal gets a nod during a double-page spread of a battle arena where a boy and his seagull are being slaughtered by a monster in the background).