Review: Imperium #2

IMPERIUM_002_COVER-B_BRAITHWAITEPublisher: Valiant Entertainment
Writer: Joshua Dysart
Artist: Doug Braithwaite
Colorist: Dave McCraig
Cover A: Raul Allen
Cover B: Doug Braithwaite
Cover C: Butch Guice
Variant Cover: Lewis LaRosa

Dissension in the ranks! The U.N. under siege! The world is physically changing and the H.A.R.D. Corps are in the middle of everything. Grave dog seems to know more that he is letting on.

Joshua Dysart has hit another homerun. Looks like the Psiots arent the only threat to global stability, and Joshua perfectly lays out the groundwork for the global change. All I can say about this issue is…stay until the end!

The art team of Doug Braithwaite and Dave Craig do an outright brilliant job of displaying and coloring the carnage. From the U.N., to Syria, to Somalia. All beautifully detailed, all just to show us how far Harada,The U.N., and the H.A.R.D. Corps are willing to go to enforce their own objectives.

And as always Valiant covers are like nothing else that are on the shelf right now. Gravedog stands there, ready to either act, or react to whatever is on the horizon. Just like valiant.

To sum things up, this issue is fantastic. The tension is built up to critical levels. Harada has the entire world’s attention. It also shows what and who we are willing to trust in order to achieve a successful mission.

Rating: 5 Out of 5


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