Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Intersect issue 1 review

Intersect issue 1 Review

From the publisher: “Blood rains from the skies. A hypnotic voice trills over the airwaves as bodies shift and grow in horrifying new directions. Are you ready for the new world? RAY FAWKES, acclaimed creator of One Soul and writer of Constantine and Batman: Eternal, launches a terrifying monthly odyssey of madness and warped flesh in this lush, fully painted debut issue!”

If one derives enjoyment from Intersect it would most likely visually rather than plot. Visual wise it is like nothing I have ever seen before. The comic’s layout makes it a confusing read. Matters are not helped with the fact that the story begins midway into what appears to be the plot. The audience is thus forced to weave their way between the poor panel planning and piecing together the narrative. That said the artwork is gorgeous it is clear a lot of effort was put into the painted artwork. In conclusion I would say purchase this issue for its artwork as it is really something special. There really is little point in attempting gain an understanding of the plot though. 

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