Issue: Hack/Slash #30
Writer: Tim Seeley
Pencils: Daniel Leister
Colors: Mark Englert
Publisher: Devils Due Publishing
Release Date: March 2010
This is a nice looking comic book. While I found somethings to be unappealing it was very nice for the most part. I didn’t think that the main characters held their looks throughout the book. By that I mean at times they seemed awkward. Aside from that I loved the look of the superheroes and the murder scenes. The coloring as great and I felt it is what brought everything together.
Story: 3.5 out of 5.0
Most people who know me know that I am not a follower of this series. It’s not that I think it’s a bad series, just something I never got into. So every now and then I dip my eyes and mind back into an issue to see what’s going on and if I might be able to jump on board. I felt that the story here was alright, I liked the explanation of the heroes and how they get their powers, but still there was nothing to hook me in. The dialogue was good between the cast and I think I can easily say that fans of the book should like the start to this arc.