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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 6/26/16 10:42 pm
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Vienna goes into the belly of the beast-undercover inside Helping Hands Incorporated in her quest to fulfill her obligation to her client.

The story manages to keep us guessing with several fairly clever twists about her mission, corporate CEO Kensignton Fox, and who they can trust. It's not quite as a good as the prior two episodes, but the story reaches a satisfying conclusion and leaves me wanting more adventures with Vienna and Jexie.

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 6/18/16 10:40 am
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The Best Vienna story so far finds Vienna and Jexie trying to get the Good Day formula to Jonas Hall on a boom planet gone bust where the wealthy have become destitute and their homes with Sentient AIs are left to fend for themselves and many of the building make a living by killing.

As a concept, this could have easily devolved into camp silliness, particularly with the satirical elements. Instead, it's a near perfect story. The story has it's funny moments (with building talking and walking around) but it never detracts from the story. In addition, the satire is well-aimed as it cleverly lampoons the Apprentice, corporate greed, and consumerism without ever being preachy.

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 6/17/16 5:32 pm
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The third series of Vienna opens up with a story that doesn’t (for once) include mind manipulation, memory boxes, and the like. Now, with Jexie Regan, Vienna’s career is defined as a freelance security expert and they’re hired to bring the inventor of the Good Day formula and the formula itself on an undersea base on a planet guarded by killer robots.

The lab is a bit of a Brave, New World situation where humans are bred to be lab specimens for medical trials and copies are made of trial recipients. This gives a good opportunity to flesh out Vienna and Jexie’s moral compass as they are far more upset about the ethical implications than those involved.

Overall, it’s a good start and I like the tempo this new set is off to with Jexie and Vienna together.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 3/9/16 12:46 am
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We, at last learn the truth behind Vienna's decision to consult with Crime Corps and the deadly plot they're trying to hide. It's a well-done story but shares a lot of elements \ with previous set's conclusion, "Deathworld." Still, there are enough differences and twists to make this solidly entertaining.

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