This oversized soft-cover book collects all three of Glanzman's ATTU stories which were originally published in 1989. It tells the story of a primitive man who, searching for better hunting grounds, comes across a cave and within it the remains of a crashed extraterrestrial spaceship and its lone survivor, a human-looking woman named Durenella. She explains what happened to her exploratory ship and that the reason she put herself in suspended animation was that her kind isn't supposed to influence the native cultures. It's taboo. Attu understand all this because the machines have increased his intelligence, so he's now much more advanced than his ape-like brethren. Rather than leave him on Earth, where he'd be the only one of his kind, she take him back to her home world, Drago, where he tries to fit in by posing as a stowaway on the original mission to Earth. Book Two ends with the ruler, King Stannan, clearly having a use for Attu, but we're not sure exactly what it is. Book three is a flashback story to an earlier time, with Attu dealing with another tribe and fighting a flying reptile.
This is a very entertaining book, put in perspective by artists/writers Jeff Lemire, Timothy Truman and Stephen R. Bissette. Highly recommended.