Cast: Keith R.A. DeCandido as Todd Rage Stacy Dooks as Gray M. Sieiro Garcia as Caitlin D.J. Breau as Derrik Mark Zaricor as Deputy Dale Ginny Swann as Colleen Rebecca Rinas as Ronni Ryan Smith as Hicks D.T. Kelly as neighbor
with Eugie Foster, Tracy Evans, Mike Stokes, and Cheryl Malcom
HG World is produced by 3015 North Studios
Written and produced by Jay Smith
Production assistance by Martha Linbo-Terhaar, Carole Stokes, Michael Stokes, and Pam Smith
Got up early to go running this a.m. Ran the whole track (which is about 1.3 or 1.4 miles) without stopping to walk, which is a first for me. Then did a second run, which was part walking, part running, and which included part of the detour into the woods.
Then I came home, showered, ate four scrambled eggs, took a quick nap, then went to the 1pm karate class. Then I came home, showered, ate some pasta and ice cream, and took a longer nap.
This arc is killer so far. We learn more about Deke and the pivotal role he plays in the future. Surprisingly, we learn that Aeryn is more important than previously surmised. And the twist at the end may help answer a critical question plaguing John’s mind.
I’m really hooked, and I’m glad these comics continue the tradition of the television series in a faithful way.
There's another twist at the end that's a bit more surprising. The story's okay, but the art is extremely uneven, seemingly changing to a better (and more boldly colored) style when we get to the Peacekeeper ship, but a bit messy and loose everywhere else. Very strange. Okay – and I actually liked the twist at the end, which suggests a great deal of plot planning.