These Volgan Wars books are too slim for my taste. I'd rather have one thick book of all of them. Plotwise, the antiwar context is resonably strong reminding me of Pat Mill's magnificently incitefull "Third World War" strip for "Crisis" - but the specific adventures in the first two volumes at least are unremarkable and pointless. Chris Langley's photoshp art (the limitations of which which I discuss in my "Slaine:The Wanderer" review) is better suited to the material here tone and contentwise, but remains less attractive than the early Invasions art. Less bikini babes, basically. The high tech battle scenes work reasonably well and the style is certainly distinctive. The full page spreads of robot heads aren't attractive or menacing, though, just drab. If you like the ABC Warriors, this trundles on. Bickering bots, lame puns, silly names, mechanical mayhem. Its all here; but is it really enough? Not for me, but YMMV.