This volume contains issues 7-12 and 0, the remainder of the series as it was cancelled after the 0 issue.
Priscilla Kitaen is finally free of the alien monitor group, the Black Razors. Freed by two of their best agents; Fallon, a tough as nails woman after Voodoo for the murder of her partner, and Blackjack an enhanced meta-human wanting to see Voodoo come to justice. Voodoo is the clone of Priscilla. Both are half human and half Daemonite due to Daemonite experiments. Voodoo wants to fulfill the Daemonite prophecy of making their kind the rulers of the universe while Priscilla wants to get revenge on the clone that has been murdering in her name and represents her trial of torture.
The story takes an interesting perspective in that both Priscilla and Voodoo are the leads of this book. We get inner monologuing from both characters as they chase their desired goals. Priscilla does feel like the hero of the book as she was the innocent human victim that had the experiments performed on her and then gets locked up by a government agency. Her drive to kill Voodoo first and foremost is a little hard to swallow as even though Fallon and Blackjack are her liberators, they still were working for her captors. A brief moment is addressed to this issue but it felt too little too late. Also, it would have felt more natural for Priscilla to want to hunt down the Daemonites. Voodoo on the other hand gets more screen time and is a somewhat sympathetic character as she was programed to do what she does and still has some doubt. But she still boils down to a killer that is after a weapon to destroy the human race.
The story does pick up even more from volume one into feeling like something more epic as Voodoo is out for a weapon of mass destruction. Priscilla and a rag tag band of Black Razors, who really are annoying additions to the cast and serve their flat roles and are ultimately cannon fodder to move the story along, gives chase due to her psychic link to Voodoo. This made the series a fun tense alien invasion thriller. It did not require crossovers with other DC titles that were forced on other mid to low selling books in the DCnU and was all the better for it. There is a hint at the end where poor Priscilla will likely end up as another familiar Wildstorm character makes an appearance. But that character's title was cancelled recently too. Sigh.
The art by Sami Basri is simple and gorgeous, even when depicting horrid decapitations. He draws a lovely Voodoo and Priscilla and makes their monstrously transformations very elegantly.
Shame another solid series got the axe by DC but if the fans do not support it why bother putting it out. At least there are thirteen issues/two volumes to enjoy of the short lived series.