I read this last night and thought it was lots of fun.
I enjoyed the setup of two ordinary blue-collar working guys in space, bored with their jobs and bickering - as a fan of Red Dwarf I like this kind of thing, but this felt suitably different by being set in such a populated sci-fi universe, and also due to the turns the plot takes towards the end of the issue.
(I love the idea of a decades-long historical truce being broken because a drunk guy in a bar is bored.)
It was also fun playing spot-the-sci-fi-reference, and I liked that they were often so direct and lampshaded - that made it all the more fun. The Garveyverse humour shines through in this one.
Plus, as I said earlier, the art looked great - particularly when it came to the more populated scenes that buzz with multi-species alien life. This is some of the most polished art yet on a Garvey book, and it really helps to sell the characters and environments in a way that’s important for a book like this to work.
If I have any complaint it’s that the book’s title undersells the story - it’s not as generic as it would have you believe, although it has fun with a lot of familiar sci-fi tropes.