Lost for 15 years in a black hole, Force Nomad returns to
combat as little more than the plaything of mega-corporations
whose business transactions are paid for in Nomad blood. However,
being used as pawns for the idle rich is something they won't
stand for - as their paymasters are about to find out...
are the dregs, the lost and the forsaken. They are loyal only
to each other. They are the mud-slogging mercs of Force Nomad,
Alien Legion's worst of the worst. Or, to put it simpler,
a meaner version of the Foreign Legion - in space.
of Hell is an enjoyable collection, containing two stories.
The first, Tenants of Hell, has a well conceived plot,
and some great artwork, but it is the second story, Jugger
Grimrod, which is the stronger - mainly thanks to Mike
McMahon's warped art.
Legion stories always feel like they belong on the pages
of 2000AD. There's the same sense of humour and dry
wit that we all associate with "The Galaxy's greatest
are also plenty of extras in this collection that are designed
to educate those that are not so familiar with the main characters.
collection also brings up a question I've been wondering about
for some time now: How on earth to Titan come up with their
pricing policy? This collection is beautifully reprinted in
full glossy colour, but that's not unusual for a Titan release.
It's not a particularly thick book, yet it's RRP is £16.99
- which is the sort of price I'd expect to pay for a hardback
edition, not a paperback.
enjoyable read, but at the price I'd think twice before parting
with my money.
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