The penultimate part to this ‘phase’ has the gods looking into and trying to discover what they are all about. There is no guiding hand now, and they are all on their own. No matter how good/evil that hand was, it WAS a guiding hand, and now the pantheon are flapping loose in the wind. Some are starting to discover a role in this life, but as stated at the start of the issue, they haven’t got long left!
I did like the brief mentions to the one-shot stories too, and we’ve got another one to come soon!
The art continues to be fantastice, although some panels layouts were a little confusing using full-screen, although Guided View does help!
Prog 2230 of 2000 AD is out now in print and digitally from Rebellion. Some thoughts below: Judge Dredd: The Penitent Man by Kenneth Niemand (w) Tom Foster (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhouse (l) Interesting. […]
Following on from the special steampunk issue from Zenescope Entertainment, this is the next logical step. This is Van Helsing: Steampunk. Van Helsing is heading to Los Angeles to soak up the sun for a […]
It’s the 5th May and here is this weeks digital comics round-up. Here is what is available this #NCBD Unless otherwise linked, all comics shown here can be found on Amazon/ComiXology. If you buy on Amazon, you […]