Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Some thoughts about Red Hood and the Outlaws #10
Jason can't help but reminded of his past in Qurac while Artemis is ready to regain her past with her lover but both will have to see what is beyond that.
Another issue, another enjoyable installment.
Scott Lobdell continues his story once again focusing on character work and in that sense is quite satisfying. For one, the writer focuses on the whole cast and how each one of them react to their different situations. There are some interesting scenes focusing on Artemis and her sister/lover (is not how it sounds) which are pretty emotional while the segments focusing on Jason show that he might be moving forward beyond the constantly repeated scenario of his death which is something I can appreciate.
Plus, the story moves at a nice pace with lots of interesting moments and a predictable but decent twist at the end. Not bad at all.
Dexter Soy returns to art duties and his work is still quite impressive in terms of storytelling but during some scenes seemed a bit rushed.
Quite enjoyable though, excited for the next one.