This penultimate bridge between two volumes of Daredevil has a lot of answers! We get some answers about the mysterious man Daredevil has tracked. The answers work out pretty well to lead us into the final issue of the mini series. There aren’t as many nice uses of the infinite frames as I would like – or could be used – in this issue and I find that a shame as this is what the infinite series is for. That may make me seem down on this story, but it’s not too bad – I don’t feel it justifies the price of the individual issues though.
A good episode on it’s own, but disappointing nevertheless.
Another ‘regened’ issue of 2000 AD out this week from Rebellion. Giving us something for old and new readers alike. Cadet Dredd: Sub-Optimal by Arthur Wyatt (w) Davide Tinto (a) Gary Caldwell (c) Annie Parkhouse (l) […]
From Zenescope Entertainment this week is the latest issue of Grimm Fairy Tales – some thoughts below: As Skye’s quest to free Shang from the Dark Book continues, she’ll soon learn not everyone wants her […]
Now on Kickstarter, I’ve had a chance to review Caspian Porter issues #0 and #1 from SnowyWorks. Caspian Porter is on the run! Hot on his tail are the SMCI Corporation’s corporate cronies, ready to […]