Kir Kanos is a man you don't want as an enemy.
Synopsis: Will Kir Kanos work with Devian in stopping the peace treaty between the Alliance and Empire?
I admit that I was harsh on the previous issue because of some unnecessary events that took place, but thanks to this issue, it's safe to say that things are looking up now that the focus is back on Kir Kanos. Once more this issue reminds me of what makes Kir Kanos such an awesome character. Not only is his fighting skills are great, but his reasoning as well. What people tend to forget that he's loyal to the Emperor's ideals not the Empire. So his decision in this book is not all that surprising.
It's also great to know that the possible peace treaty between the Alliance and the Empire comes to focus a bit better than the previous issue.
Another great cover artwork by Dave Dorman. Paul Gulacy's artwork hits a good mark when it comes to the action.
As I wrote before, there's still the existing problem with the artwork when it comes to character faces.
Issue #3 gets back on track. With only three more issues left, and the story starts to heat up. Can't wait for the next issue.