Department of Adjudication. But his limits will be tested with the return to
Earth of the Star Corps traitor who ruined his dreams, and is now the right
hand of the dreaded Nebula Empire! Be here for the TAKEDOWN of a lifetime!
Toss in the person he hates the most and an evil empire. Mix together with a futuristic setting and
you will have a recipe for sci-fi adventure.
In this case, the exact result that you get is Takedown. Depending on your taste in books, results may
out for me was the curiously similar look to Judge Dredd. That’s not necessarily a bad reference point,
but it’s nearly too obvious. Getting
past that almost blatant parallel, the story is pretty decent, albeit cut and
dry. As the summary fittingly states, it’s
Bledsoe vs the person who destroyed his future and the empire is a bonus to go
down as well. Past that though, the
synopsis pretty much wraps up what you’ll read.
little tough to follow. I’ve grown more
accustom to black and white art lately, so that doesn’t pose here an issue per
se. With it being a sci-fi type book
though, it would have been more fun to see some of the scenes had they been in