Comic Review: Generation Zero #7 (Valiant)

This issue focuses on a group of kids with psychic powers since they were born to have the ability to control with their mind. They became the planet’s light of […]

This issue focuses on a group of kids with psychic powers since they were born to have the ability to control with their mind. They became the planet’s light of hope, people like them are known as the Psiots, which they determined to make the world into a better place.

The Generation Zero team were fighting from danger because of the mysterious tower that came out of nowhere. Keisha Thomas and her friends were trapped inside the tower, even so, she had to rescue her brother before something worse it could happen. Of all places they’re surrounded by some cyborgs without face, so they gave everything they had to move forward and rescue Keisha’s brother. These cyborgs’ heads are much more like to crack their shiny heads open like an egg because it’s just too weird. Probably the tower fills up with some weird specimen around the area because it almost reminds me of Star Wars when Luke and the gang were trapped in the Death Star, they dressed up into one of the Stormtroopers uniforms to scout and shut down the tractor beam. It’s much like this comic that they scout the area to find some hidden secrets of the tower and rescue Keisha’s brother.

So after that when they realized what their plan was, they jump right in and rescue the children from lecturing by a creepy crack-egg cyborg with a creepy bird which it doesn’t give a shit about it. The boy has been brainwashed and he’s running away from them. Obviously, people think that it was a dream that the kids were being chased by some crack-head freaks, and they realized that the others were still stuck at the Heroscape.

In my reaction, I find that this issue finds the absolute definition of the weirdest comic book that I’ve ever read, because the moment when I read through the story, it makes you want to remind you of Star Wars Episode 4, because there, the Generation Zero team dressed up into those strange uniforms in order to proceed and find out what’s going on. I wasn’t really expecting that, but I’m surprised to see that these kids are risking their lives to save some kid. Great story by the way, but I would like to know what would happen on the next issue.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.