The Draft is the middle chapter of the New Universe’s closing trilogy, the square-bound trifecta that put the chairs on the tables, swept the floors and turned out the lights on Marvel’s grand 1980s experiment. A follow-up to the events depicted in The Pitt (which had themselves been partially depicted in the pages of Star Brand), it tells the story of an assemblage of paranormals conscripted into the United States Army and sent to a special boot camp to further explore their powers and hone themselves into fighting machines. It’s a fairly straight-forward book, one constrained by a structure that we’ve seen 1000x before in movies.
It’s also vastly superior to its predecessor.
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