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on April 8, 2011
The photo content of the art blemd is signifantly higher in this book, to the extent that it starts to feel like a photostory. Hence artistically weaker than the previous Invasions books. The story is poorer too, with a downbeat ending that is also short. The book is padded out with an Invasions irrelevant "epilogue" Urko circus whodunnit.

So a dissapointmenting trilogy completion with inferior art. But it does conclude things so if you have and like Invasions v.1 and v.2 , which were much prettier; you probably still want this. If you don't have 1 and 2, get those instead.
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