Soldier Zero #2

    Soldier Zero » Soldier Zero #2 - One Small Step For Man, Part Two released by Boom! Studios on November 1, 2010.

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    Half-man, half-alien... all weapon! Stewart Travers struggles to understand his newfound power as he battles against an enemy alien force that has turned Earth into a battlefield!
    When Stuart goes back home with his older brother James, things get a little bit more worse before they get better! As Stuart is learning how to use the Soldier Zero alien, James wants the alien off of Stuart immediately! As other evil aliens arrive on Earth and take forms as human, they are looking for the Soldier Zero alien! So with this Stan Lee and Paul Cornell will continue to give the story of Stuart and Soldier Zero! With artwork by Javier Pina!


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    Soldier Zero #2: A Bigger Step For Man 0

    Soldier Zero continues! As wheelchair user, Stewart Trautmann, recently bonded with an alien parasite called, Soldier Zero, both will have to adjust and learn how to live with one another to become one of the greatest heroes known to Earth. While Stuart’s older brother, James, isn’t to sure about the alien parasite living on Stuart, James will have to accept his brother’s decision and stop being overprotective of Stuart. With all this and more Soldier Zero is being written by Paul Cornell, artwo...

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    Review: Soldier Zero #2 0

    Armed hostiles might actually be the least of Soldier Zero's problems as he tries to overcome the language barrier.   The Good While I might've had some minor issues with the precise execution, the way in which Soldier Zero communicates with these humans - - with a jumble of sampled soundbites -  -  was a neat spin on the usual culture class you see in alien visitor stories.  The costume designs in this are quite sleek too, updating the classic superhero look enough to make it look like it coul...

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