This was surprisingly good. When a plane holding 148 passengers goes down, only one person (Nicholas Dane) survives. And somehow Dane gains the power to tap into the abilities (talents) that his fellow passengers possessed. He also gets some insights into their lives, emotions, hopes, plans, etc. So he goes about trying to right some wrongs, or just letting someone know they were loved. But there's a mystery about why the plane crashed (spoiler: it wasn't an accident). And there's a mysterious woman who keeps appearing to Dane and talking about "the balance." All of this turned out to be a pretty fascinating and compelling story. The art by Paul Azaceta (now the artist on Robert Kirkman's Outcast) somehow manages to be both sketchy and detailed, and is suitably dark (aided by the coloring of Ron Riley), and fits the paranoia of the story quite well. The whole trade reads like a plot for a movie or pilot for a TV series (and it would make a decent one) and ends with a lot of plot threads dangling.