This mid-air love story gets highjacked for a detour into world politics. By aiming to kill two birds with one stone it falls foul of its own cleverness. There is a touching and romantic story here, one that deserves to thrive on its own, without the need for unrelated distractions.
The art is great but the creative touches seen previously have either faded or disappeared altogether.
It is a thumbs up despite itself.
Tomorrow: Air: A History of the Future – G. Willow Wilson