smile, he fails miserably. The pressure
makes him crack and he enters an imaginary ‘noir world’ where he is strong
enough to handle the problems that crush him in everyday life. FATHERHOOD is an emotional tale about how
much love your heart can hold, how much love it takes to break a man, and what
happens when you lose your grip on reality because you are clutching that love
and tough book to read. As you would
expect, stories like this are some of the strongest emotionally written. So right off the bat, I have to praise Ryan
Lindsay for putting his heart into giving us this story of Fatherhood.
certainly very powerful. What I really
enjoyed about it was how well it still managed to present such a topic in the
comic medium. The story may largely
intend to focus on playing your heart strings, but one can still expect a good
amount of action and grit as well.
good, clean artwork to lead us through the tale. In particular, I was a big fan of the color changes
in the darker scenes which really helped give an almost film noir feel to it.
like to be a father, everyone can appreciate this kind of story. The emotional side coupled with the intense
journey of the primary character are definitely worth the read. Whether or not I had the personal bias of
being a father, this is one I would suggest to pick up.
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