I’m really enjoying how this book is balancing the science fiction elements with the realistic elements, it’s given it a very unique and creepy tone. In every scene you’re on the look-out for aliens, and for the truth to finally come out, but Cornell wisely keeps us right on the edge, never tipping his hand. There could be aliens, or everyone could be completely nutzoid. My favourite thing about this issue was the way the aliens were replaced by rabbits in Michael’s mind, it’s a brilliant idea, and I don’t think I’ll ever look at a bunny in the same way. I also loved the bizarre scene where Professor Kidd saw some kind of astronaut woman. What the hell was that? This book has something surprising and thought-provoking on almost every other page, that’s damn good, and this is early days, things can only get better (Oh all right, they could get worse, but let’s look on the bright side).