Written by Brian Wood
Art by Garry Brown
Searching for essential supplies in a post-Crash black market, Callum Israel struggles to maintain his moral code in a new world where survival requires working within the gray area. But can this environmentalist’s pacifism survive in a violent world when a ghost from his past as a corporate mercenary resurfaces?
Grant: A book about a militant environmental group living in a world where it seems as if the environment has kicked the bucket should be way more interesting than this book has been. It's abundantly clear that Brian Wood has put in a ton of research and backstory into making this a believable world with deep characters, but things just aren't clicking. After three issues, the story seems to be moving at a snail's pace, and the raison d'être behind this book and its characters still isn't clear. I'm hoping that a new arc can shake things up, but if something doesn't change soon, I'm going to have to part ways from The Massive.
Written by Ed Brubaker