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The premise behind this comic collection is that, in the future, Earth strikes a deal with an alien corporation to exchange water for technology via the title – the Port of Earth. Aliens are not supposed to leave the port but things do not turn out as planned as corporations allow a lot of leeway. ...
My real question is what happens when we run out of water since they're using that for fuel. Anyway, loved this, but it just didn't move me as much as some of the other offerings. So four star.
It was a rushed composite of backstories, without any one character really taking the spotlight long enough for me to know or care about them. I also wasn't crazy about the art. Basically, it was all around mediocre.
It was okie.There was a lot of jumping that wouldn't make sense if you hadn't already read the original Stieg Larsson book.There were times when I didn't even follow.... wait.. what happened..?Don't read this book to replace the original. You'll just be confused, which is such a shame since book one...
Lizbeth!Lizbeth!Lizbeth!Awesome to see this story as a graphic novel. The illustration is beautiful and the interpretation is very well done with minor tweaks to keep it moving.