"Bracco’s sequential pages are like watching Picasso paint. They’re captivating, pleasing, overwhelming, and ultimately cathartic to take in. They illustrate his story with utter ease and absolute craft."
-Dave Baxter of BrokenFrontier.com
"This is a graphic novel that is certainly worth the price of admission and I hope you give it and this exceedingly talented creator a try."
-Chuck Moore, Comic Related
In 'Volume Two: The Pride,' the artistry is much more polished and dynamic. There's a depth and precision in the second book which escapes my ability to define. Suffice it to say, however, that there is a noticeably positive progression in the young series which makes me eager for it to continue. In the design of The Enemy, especially, I think that Bracco hit upon something truly fantastic in Volume Two.
-Chris Bancells, Blogcritics Magazine
Novo, the wasted messiah of the Aquans and the Terans, finds himself stranded on a new and foreign world, populated by a powerful feline tribe known as the Xennons. Finding an immediate connection with a species whose women and children by horrid beasts known only as the Enemy, Novo realizes that he may be able to help this world in a way that he could never help his own.