The Wires and Nerve graphic novels have been one of the most effective series sequels I've seen. Far more satisfying that the Stars Above short story collection, this duology does a nice job furthering the story and adventures of well-loved characters while advancing the story line of a new, yet familiar, main character to create something new. And what a fun character protagonist Iko is--she's warm, funny, and deeply loyal to her friends while still struggling with the existential plight of the self-aware android, not helped by humans who have a hard time seeing herself as anything other than a glorified robot. This installment had wonderful character development, tense moments of suspense, and delightful heist-like maneuvers on the part of our heroes. I enjoyed every moment of the ride.