An unexpected bus journey, bereft of comics meant this got a hefty bump and I read it last night and this morning and have to say I enjoyed it quite a bit.
The story is solid and while, okay there was one character whose actions didn't quite work for me, on the whole it was exactly what you'd expect. It served up a Battle Action Weekly comic (if a little more sweary) featuring yeti fighting WWII troops and that's the kind of thing I'm perfectly happy reading thank you very much.
The main reason I got this is I'm a big fan of Chris' art and on that front its an absolute triumph. The art is deceptively loose, allowing it to retain heaps of energy, which works perfectly for the story. The use of zippitone (or simulation there of I assume?) is something I always joy, but here serves the environment of the tale particularly well. Great white spaces, but the grays give it a hard and bitter edge. You feel the cold.
Yeah I'd happily recommend this... well in fact I am.