I was intrigued by the premise - A hundred years from now, the US invades Canada, ostensibly in retaliation for a drone attack on the White House, but in reality to steal Canada's water.
The story focuses on Amber, who is six years old at the time of the attack, and who has survived in the Canadian wilderness for 12 years. She runs into a gang of undergunned and outnumbered freedom fighters who harass the invading forces.
I have come to expect only good things from SAGA writer Brian K. Vaughan, and I am happy to report he continues to deliver excellent work.
The art of Steve Skroce and Matt Hollingsworth is detailed and in-your-face. The technology is extrapolated nicely from what is available today, and the attitudes of society and its leaders are chillingly contemporary.