Southern Cross, Vol. 2: Romulus

Southern Cross Vol Romulus Hazel Conroy was ready to retire She left her life as a detective behind on Earth for a cushy job as a personal assistant on TitanThat is until the disappearance of the Southern Cross dregs up skelet

  • Title: Southern Cross, Vol. 2: Romulus
  • Author: Becky Cloonan Andy Belanger Lee Loughridge Serge LaPointe
  • ISBN: 9781534300439
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hazel Conroy was ready to retire She left her life as a detective behind on Earth for a cushy job as a personal assistant on TitanThat is, until the disappearance of the Southern Cross dregs up skeletons from her past, shedding light on a bigger, sinister conspiracy As the refinery she works on descends into chaos, Hazel teams up with some unlikely friends and loHazel Conroy was ready to retire She left her life as a detective behind on Earth for a cushy job as a personal assistant on TitanThat is, until the disappearance of the Southern Cross dregs up skeletons from her past, shedding light on a bigger, sinister conspiracy As the refinery she works on descends into chaos, Hazel teams up with some unlikely friends and loads her service blaster one last time taking aim at the very company that now employs her.Methane, ice, hell, and iron The search for the Southern Cross begins on Titan.Collecting Southern Cross 7 12

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    • Can I get another adjective that goes beyond incredible? This book is incredible - but I need a little bit more - I looooooooved Southern Cross, Vol. 1, and I basically assumed it could not be topped. This one makes a strong case at least. Clarifying the plot by taking it away from the Southern Cross ship and onto a mining rig, Becky Cloonan and co. just take it to the next level.It's got the weight of Prometheus, or classic movies like Enemy Mine, but the artistry involved brings colors and sha [...]


    • Shades of 80s Doctor Who in this second volume of the horror/sci-fi series, with an unglamorous future industrial base, mostly populated with scumbags, ready to be tipped into chaos by the arrival of a mysterious visitor. Maybe my fondness for that kind of thing is why I liked the scenes on board the methane rig more than the chase sequences and horror riffs that make up the second half of the book. Andy Belanger draws a convincingly hostile and grim Titan and designs some very stylish pages.



    • Grounding this arc in the harsh dingy reality of the mining rigs on Titan really helped with processing the surreal and cthonic nature of the visuals in the first volume. Hazel Conroy is a great protagonist to follow into this ever more complicated mystery; she's a hardened Miss Marple with a score to settle with Seven Hands and now Zemi. Great Alien and Aliens vibes from the Romulus. I cannot wait to read Volume 3.


    • I really like that the story follow a different character from the first volume.This story is kind of a mix between event horizon and 2001:space Odyssey. The mystery is still unsolved ,some new characters are introduced. I will definitely buy the next volume.


    • There was a lot of running from place to place in this arc. It did end on an interesting enough note that I'll be there for volume 3.



    • Ikka veel hea, ikka veel huvitav, ikka veel ee kõhe ja julm. Aga mitte samal moel nagu mõni muu asi. Hea, väga hea.



    • I still love the art, but this volume was a little bit messy. The plot was a bit difficult to follow. I do appreciate the focus shifting from Alex, but the whole plot with Hazel was weak and confusing until the very end. Meh.


    • My spoiler-free fangirling about the first two volumes of this series is on the page for the first volume.


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