Title: Fallen Suns # 2
Publisher: Chapterhouse
Written by: Van Jensen
Pencils and Inks by: Neil Collyer (Flashbacks), Leila Del Duca (Present Day)
Colours by: Caroline Nolasco
Letters by: Andrew Thomas
Cover by: Miko Maciaszek
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.chapterhouse.ca
Comments: The Borealis as they wage war on  Pharos’s race is a presented in brutal scenes of destruction. The colors are beautiful but the art is to blended together.
Pharos’s armor has a unique look to it with its angles. Pharos’s home planet is done in light somber colors of various colors.
This issue is all about Parminder talking with Pharos trying to learn as much as she can. This Pharos is treated as the ultimate threat to humankind so why are they even taking a chance with him? Yes to learn about another threat but having two threats to worry about makes no sense. Using Pharos against this other threat does make sense. Why though not just try to work with him rather than be ready to kill him. Yes, he is a powerful being yet still the way it is handled makes little sense.
Borealis and their coming to Earth is the focus of this issue just it is not pushed too much.
Parminder Patel is a wonderful character and one you are sure to like. She makes this comic.

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Title: Fallen Suns # 2 Publisher: Chapterhouse Written by: Van Jensen Pencils and Inks by: Neil Collyer (Flashbacks), Leila Del Duca (Present Day) Colours by: Caroline Nolasco Letters by: Andrew Thomas Cover by: Miko Maciaszek Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Website: www.chapterhouse.ca Comments: The Borealis as they wage war on  Pharos's race is a presented...