SCRIPT – CHRISTOFER EMGARD
ART – FERNANDO BALDO
COLORS – MICHAEL ATIVEH
LETTERING – RICHARD STARKINGS AND COMICRAFT’S JIMMY BETANCOURT
SYNOPSIS – Months after a bioweapon attack devastated New York City, the Division agents are the last hope of a United States struggling to hold itself together. During a mission gone horribly wrong, Division Agent Caleb Dunne’s partner is gruesomely killed and Dunne vows to track down the mysterious woman responsible. As he gathers clues to her whereabouts, he uncovers a grave threat to a nation already on the brink of total collapse.
THE STORY – I have to say I’m not a huge fan of video game adaptations in movies or comics and I’m not a huge gamer but judging this book just on the story alone it wasn’t terrible, the writing was good and could be easily followed although I think it is a bit one dimensional, it is basically a revenge story
THE ART – The artwork in this book is fine as well I wouldn’t say it is great or terrible it’s just sort of unremarkable but services the story just fine. It safe to say the art definitely mirrors the story.
The colors throughout this book seem a bit muddy which may be an aesthetic choice it isn’t clear.
3 out of 5 stars
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