Travis’s friends are missing him, mostly. They understand why he ran away, but also think it was a little bit selfish as well. Meanwhile, he is off earning his living as a sell-sword for the moment with a gang of similar minded people. He has a rival named Chakal in the group who is nothing but trouble and when they head off in search of a thief, things get bad with the introduction of a snow giant and more. As Morgan battles the thief, they have a conversation about life and Morgan realizes as he thinks about Mariah, that there are far more important things in the world than money. A nice little tale from Mike Grell that sees our hero still off in the world trying to deal with his grief in whatever form he can. Nice to see a little character development for our protagonist and the reappearance by the supporting cast no matter how short. The story was fairly average compared to most of the tales that Grell has been telling, though it was still filled with top-notch art and excitement. It will be nice to see Morgan reunite with his friends though and sooner would be better than later.
3 out of 5