Based on the USA Today and New York Times bestselling science-fiction novels, Honor Harrington, by David Weber, the stories are set 2,000 years in the future when hyperspace travel has allowed humanity to colonize the far reaches of the universe. TALES OF HONOR follows the life and times of a brilliant, genetically engineered female spaceship captain, Honor Harrington, as she heroically leads her crew through a series of epic political, military, and personal adventures.
Purty darn good job!
Flashback device works. Honor is a little tabloid-ish . . . but probably fits your market. Action scenes are anatomically well drawn - that and the uniforms remind me of the Blackhawk comics of the 50s. And there is a certain noir-ish resemblance to Batman - no superpowers to speak of - an ideal we can all dream of attaining through hard work.
I think the ships are overdrawn - I'd rather see something more like the classic double hammerhead. The treecat is too obviously lethal, and too big to ride on Honor's shoulder! They have their social side, too. Stilties are OK, but again overdrawn. My image was like Zulu warriors - fearsome enough!
All this is somewhat beside the point - this comic is for a naive clientele. If they like it, maybe they will read the books. All in all, a purty darn good job!
This is the first book in a series. Once you get past it the author really expands the story’s universe to include different cultures and races and lots of exciting action. This first book introduces the main character of the series and sets the stage for what follows.
There isn’t any racial diversity in any of the art.