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Monday, February 15, 2016
Midnighter by Steve Orlando
Spinning out of GRAYSON comes a solo series starring the man who can predict your every move… but no one will be able to predict what he’ll do next!
A theft at the God Garden has unleashed a wave of dangerous biotech weapons on the world, and Midnighter intends to put that genie back in the bottle by any means necessary. But something else was stolen from the Garden as well…the secret history of Lucas Trent, the man Midnighter once was!
Confused by the story...Too bad because I really like the art and the Batman looks of the Midnighter.
But even if the illustrations are great and colorfull, when you don't get where the story is going and who is the heros, it's a bit dissapointed.
The fight scenes are violent but very well pictured and there is a lot of action.
It's really a deception since there is humor and a really great potential.
I feel frustrated as I like some parts but being confused in a Comics, it's not good to make you want to buy the next volume.
About the author
Steve Orlando is a comic book writer who has worked for both DC Comics and Image Comics. He has created Undertow, an underwater epic for Image and is the writer for the new MIDNIGHTER series.
*Arc provided by Edelweiss
I received this book in exchange of a fair and honest review.
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