miércoles, 18 de abril de 2018
Some thoughts about Damage #4
Ethan has found himself in other predicament once that Poison Ivy starts attacking his new colleagues.
Yeah, this is simply not working.
Robert Venditti arrives with a new chapter where he explores more of the protagonist's past and credit where credit is due, there's at least more content here. The revelation of the past is nothing new nor surprising but at least is something compared to the previous issue, the best part comes when Ethan needs to interact with other people which gives a bigger perspective from his status as a homeless man but I wish he would stay in a single place to develop a select number of characters.
That being said, this is not really interesting. Again, the organization is not intriguing, the situation the protagonist has is not particularly compelling aside from a few elements and the supporting cast keeps changing to the point where you simply don't care.
Tomeu Morey replaces Tony Daniel in art duties and we change beauty for more content I guess. Morey's style is not bad but has a pretty rough finish that is not really my thing.
I guess I won't bother with this series anymore, is simply not engaging enough.