In a hidden base deep in the jungles of planet Paradiso, Imperial Agent Adil Mehmut must determine whether his prisoner, special operative and former true hero Ko Dali, is a traitor to her country and the whole human race, or an alien that has impersonated her to divide humanity’s forces. A face off between them will become a race against the clock before the forces of the Combined Army learn of Ko Dali’s location and attempt her rescue.
In this story of political and military intrigue where nothing is what it seems, Adil will test the loyalties of his partners... and of the very nation he swore to serve.
While supplies last, this limited edition includes an exclusive figure of Ko Dali, the main character of Infinity: Betrayal.
Miniatures are supplied unpainted. Some assembly may be required.
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The exclusive mini is pretty great. The backpack is a little prone to bending but it's easy to put it back in shape with a gentle nudge.
The packaging is nice, there's this extra piece of cardboard for added padding for the soft cover book and the mini is in this pocket above where the graphic novel is placed within the box.
As for the actual contents of the book without getting into spoilers: It's adequate. I liked Outrage's story a bit better as the "twist" here wasn't as compelling despite it delving into subjects of the Infinity universe I quite like. There is no story relation to Outrage beyond the setting. It's seperate, and compared to the other Graphic novel a little more "niche" / less generalist for newbs in its subject matter. It dives straight in. Nakamura does a fine job on the art taking Kenny Ruiz's mantel (though I have a sneaking suspicion that a certain character ditches his useful bullet resistant armor in a hostile alien planet warzone for no discernable reason other than the fact that maybe the artist didn't want to draw the elaborate plating for a few pages). This Graphic novel is in Black and white and has 120 odd pages. I feel like the story kind of jumps to new points a little too quickly and I flipped back to make sure I didn't accidentally miss a page a couple times when reading. Overall enjoyable and you can find me recommending it.
Adventure, excitement, and sci-fi action all crammed in to one place. Really enjoyed reading this. Hope Corvus Belli keeps producing more Comics/Mangas.