A time of death.
Killraven, just to recap, is the leader of the Freemen, a resistance group fighting the Martians. that's all you need to know, really. As they head for home they of course run into a Martian tripod, but they manage to fell it by destabilizing it. That seems easy. Alas, the intel was bait and the resistance fall into a trap. Duh! They're captured and Killraven has to fight some dude called the Warlord. Original, that.
I have a feeling these comics are going to have a lot of this- victories, reversals, trips to the arena, and whatnot. This series is still finding its legs, after all. Consistency is key. The art in this is not very good, the story's thin, but there's a haunting quality to the post- apocalyptic landscape, the sense of a shattered New York City. This series just needs a little creative oomph.
Like many comics (especially older comics like this) there is a lot of talking in battle. They also like to refer to themselves in the third person and make various pronouncements and so forth.
M'Shulla is referred to as a "black" several times, which was jarring. I get that this was the 70's, but still??!?