There sure are a lot of stories going on in the newest Dark Horse presents. Want to know what’s going on? Well read on.
“Fred Van Lente and Reilly Brown tell the epic tale of Saint George . . . the dragon slayer! Sixties sci-fi meets a hard-boiled detective mystery in Jamie S. Rich and Brent Schoonover’s Integer City! Stan Sakai does action adventure with the return of Nilson Groundthumper! Phil Stanford’s City of Roses returns! The writer of Amala’s Blade, Steve Horton, introduces Monstrous with Ryan Cody! And a unique time-travel story from Chad Lambert and Tom Williams!”
* Plus, new installments of The Strain: The Fall, Mr. Monster, and Alabaster!
* Featuring a story from the world of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s The Strain: The Fall!
Well it is that time for another awesome anthology series by the ever so amazing Dark Horse comics. They have done a very good job with balancing the stories and developing each one. I have to say that I really enjoyed the story with Saint George and the Monstrous title. They do a really good with these titles in particular. I have to say that I believe that all the stories in this book are great but those two were my favorites.
Overall, the writers in this story do an amazing job with their stories. Each one is very exciting, and they are fun. I feel that with an anthology series, you have to be able to have fun and be able to tell a story in a short amount of time. Each other does so and it is fantastic.
The art for each individual story really highlights each one. I mean I have to that for the small amount that each story has and the amount that they have to do for each story, it was just amazing that they could do it in such a short amount of time.
Overall, I give it a five out of five.