The narrative is rather generic at times but also very nicely structured. The premise of this comic is the 'bad guys' building a super weapon which can cause mass destruction and the 'good guys' have to foil the plans. There were two stories running one involving a heavy armoured military squad and the other one a group of ninjas. I really enjoyed the ninja scenes and felt it boosted the appeal to me as the scenes were really engaging and look awesome with katanas slashing an destroying robot enemies. These ninjas are great characters and we instantly get an idea of their back story with one being a ninja master and another a protégé and they kick arse and do some good detective work and really drives the story for me. The other story revolving around the hit squad of mercenaries is a bit boring and does not contain any action and mild sexism revolving around the female stereotypes.
The artwork was rather vast and diverse as you don’t get a mi of ninjas and robots in many comics. The action was drawn and structured really well with massive explosions and loads of katana slicing action. There was a vast array of vehicles as well from tanks to customised jeeps all of which looks awesome. The characters though are all very generic with a simple character design. All the backgrounds are all unique and well crafted especially the final scene of the lab and the secret weapon, all of which have a lot of detail in them.
To conclude this is a well crafted and designed comic but with a few flaws in the story and tempo. The story does get boring once the ninjas are gone but it is still a good read and will pass the time. It is definitely work a read if you want to experience a good action sequence with a lot of arse kicking. Good for any action fan.