_turbo_'s The Red Wing #1 - Learning to Fly review


Hickman seems to be working the same ideas in different books. He goes into what's beyond the surface of conflict and finds a deeper meaning. The discussion about their training being less focused on maneuvers and tactics, and being more in tune with ideology, makes this appear the same as S.H.I.E.L.D. (which I love, btw). 
This books show a lot of promise, but I do wish it was either an ongoing, because Hickman can take his time telling a story. 

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