Whirl is the current bright spot on the Necroworld.I was disappointed last issue when both halves of the story were largely running in expository mode, and it's nice that the Cybertron side of things seems to be in motion once again. The story is interesting and the characters are active parts of it there, and the most exciting and funny parts of this issue are nearly all on Cybertron. The Necroworld side is still failing to grab me though. There's some good dialogue as always, especially from Whirl. But that half of the story still doesn't particularly feel like what's happening is important outside of what we're learning about some of the characters. Maybe that's my failing and not Lost Light's, in wanting something that this is not delivering, I don't know. But the goings-on on Cybertron are genuinely interesting to me, and the Necroworld side is not connecting. At its best, every event in this series has been a chance to learn about the characters, but it seems that on Necroworld every character moment is a chance to move the story that's not being taken.
|Date||March 27th 2017|
|Score||(7 out of 10)|
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