This saga is many things. It's funny, it's sarcastic, it's creative, it's critical, and now and then, you can find these random pearls of wisdom.
This volume is slower in the action sphere. But looking through it, there are indeed many aspects of this installment I loved.
There are different species, different ethnicities, different sexual/gender identities, different points of view.
This character looks so damn promising:
I love the idea girls are not damsels in distress. If they have to kick asses, they do kick asses.
One of my favorite characters is Prince Robot IV. He keeps being as haughty and arrogant as ever.
Apparently, it's racist to say all robots look all the same.
This is so hilariously awesome.
The Will comes back on track with some mental issues and a few... pounds on him. He was the hottest man in this series (I'm sorry, Marko, but you will always be perfect for me) and now he's... ewwwwww.
Despite this, he's still effective in his job.
Ghüs also shows his claws:
I can't believe I'll have to wait until next year for the following installment.