I can't remember the last time I read a Western "comic book". I saw this on the featured shelf at my local public library while my wife was picking up a copy of Bullet Train, and despite a looming stack of current reads at home I decided to give it a try. The artwork was great, the story a little disjointed (esp. towards the end), but I imagine that most Warhammer 40K fans don't read the books for intricate narratives but instead to see their armies doing army stuff. I was kind of expecting feminist tones but there weren't any of current trends infecting the storytelling. Decent.