jueves, 2 de marzo de 2017
Some thoughts about Aquaman #18
Warhead is seeing Arthur as a threat and is ready to stop him by any means unless Arthur is able to show him he's wrong.
Another quite decent read.
Dan Abnett concludes this little story about the new villain Warhead by exploring his background and what made him this way. The flashbacks to Warhead's past are done in a pretty interesting manner and is nicely integrated into the plot while showing the parallels between Arthur and him while ending their conflict in a logical way.
Plus, the character development for Arthur is pretty evident since Abnett goes for the route that makes the most sense considering the progress Geoff Johns made during his run and taking Aquaman not as a joke but as a serious threat.
Scot Eaton is in charge of the pencils and his work is solid with competent character models and storytelling.
Consistent as usual and much more packed with content than the last one. Not bad at all.