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Review: Ninjak #3

Writer: Matt Kindt
Artist: Clay Mann
Inks: Seth Mann
Colors: Ulises Arreola
Letters: Dave Sharpe
Covers: Lewis LaRosa, Dave Johnson, Rafa Sandoval, Antonio Fuso, Brian Reber

Valiant Entertainment

Book 3

A fast paced, thrilling 30 minute action sequence contained in a single issue. Whooo! What a ride that was! A thrill ride literally from beginning to end. Action in comics as it was meant to be told!

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First Look: NINJAK #3

Ninjak is the world’s greatest master spy. He knows a thousand ways to kill a man. And, on May 20th, he’s going to need every single one! Continue reading First Look: NINJAK #3

James Sallis’ ‘DRIVE’ Comes To IDW This Summer

IDW Publishing hits the sun-bleached streets of L.A. this summer with the comic-book adaption of James Sallis’ modern noir classic, DRIVE. Artist Antonio Fuso (G.I. Joe: Cobra, Zombies vs Robots) alongside IDW’s own Michael Benedetto will adapt Sallis’ novel into a four-part series of Hollywood stunt driving, high-stakes heists, and cold-blooded revenge.

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Review: Unity #16

Valiant Entertainment
Writer: Matt Kindt
Artist: Pere Perez
Colorist: Brian Reber
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Cover Artists: Glen Fabry, Adam Brown, Juan Jose Ryp, Hi-Fi, Antonio Fuso

What are the best single issue characterizations I have ever read? Gilad is a man of few words, but has much to say. A nomad. A drifter. A warrior.

Matt Kindt has delivered unto us readers a page out of Gilad’s life story. A glimpse of forgotten history told through the eyes of a wanderer. This is storytelling. A tale told from the roots of the character.

The art team of Pere Perez and Brian Reber show us the story in perfect detail. from the sparsely worded panels to the wide time lapsing panels, each showing us just how alone our warrior is.

The cover art does a great job of drawing the readers in by showing a battle scene (in fantastic detail) without giving away any of the story inside. This is probably the best single issue of garage character development. I was just floored by the fact that no matter how many friends he has, ultimately, he is eternally alone.

Rating: 5/5