There's a lot of world building detail here that I like, and that fits into the story naturally. The Solstar Knights have a lot of trouble understanding the concept of a society that didn't unify itself before heading into space - which is a lot less likely when you have people who turn into spaceships. Meanwhile, Starscream has trouble wrapping his head around the concept of a fully-disposable army like that of the Dire Wraiths. Which, though Starscream himself has little issue with disposing of people, does make sense: he tends to do that quietly and without their consent. Being able to sacrifice people for the merest whim would be an odd one for him. Meanwhile the Spaceknights have their own quandry: should they exterminate the natives of this world to prevent the spread of the Dire Wraiths, or is there another way? If you've been following the comic so far, you'll have a pretty good idea of who comes down on which side of that argument.
This is such a Star Trek conversation. Love it.
|Date||September 27th 2017|
|Score||(9 out of 10)|
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