Review – Eisenhorn: Xenos

Everyone’s favorite Games Workshop character is back in this one-shot stand-alone comic!

Set in the years leading up to the Eisenhorn trilogy. Eisenhorn: Xenos Issue #0 reveals secrets about some of Eisenhorn’s closest allies, and darkest villains! Not one to be missed for fans of Games Workshop!

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Written by Ryan O’Sullivan
Pencils by Anthony Spay
Inks by Anthony Fowler
Colored by André Campos

I’ve never read a Games Workshop comic before, I know some of the characters and the games themselves, so I thought I’d give this a bash!

After a quick introduction we jump straight into the action, which also gives us a couple more introductions! There is some good action here, well laid out out with some fun art too!

After a new addition to the team, we seem to be moving on to the next battle. The thoughts of Eisenhorn are very well articulated and there are some good points made too!

It’s an excellent build up and history for those who play the games and love the characters and from this introduction issue I can see why. A great mix of action and suspense!

 

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