Is slavery in line with the moral code of the Imperium of Man?
I wish this was using a character other than Commissar Holt, someone original. Using a character from another 40k property just makes it feel all the more like fan fiction (which it is, but you get my point).
This is the IG on a planet recently turned to the Tau which has yet to get any form of attention aside from these guys, and which isn't likely to get reinforcements from the guard in the near future, and he wasted what troops there were to spare failing and for his own glory rather than the glory of the Emperor.
>moral code of the Imperium of Man
The only moral code of the Imperium of Man is the survival of Man.
Slavery is entirely in line with the moral code of the Imperium of Man, if it helps Man survive.
>Wow. This comic is terrible. The pacing, dialogue, and sorry excuse for story execution is almost inspiringly wretched.
The issue really is that she's really just redrawing events from her ongoing Only War game. So of course it's going to be hard to translate to the comic format without losing a lot.
>At least the art is okay.
Personally fucking love the art.
>a hobo on Holy Terra
Son, there are no hobos on holy terra. There are criminal scum who get sent to the reprocessing center if they get caught, arbites, and nobles. Not counting all the posthumans.
Presumably there are also the guys who clean, carry out rote maintenance and do the other menial chores required of keeping Holy Terra looking as pristine as it should.
Or do the arbites, nobles and posthumans also scrub toilets and dust the statues of the Emperor?
What are minor nobles? Not spoiled Rogue traders, not High Lords.
3rd and 4th sons of minor houses, they're still going to get better postings than the commoners. And with billions of worlds, there's plenty of bodies for it.