Written and Created by
WRGII & R. Lopez
Cover Art and Story Illustration by
Cover B Art by
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This is the second book in this four book series. You will see, as you read through this one, things just keep getting better and better. The guys at Crude Comics Inc. never seem to disappoint and have made a true fan out of me.
We have this character, Driver. He is a vigilante of sorts. A vigilante on the fly, I guess you could say. But he’s not just any kind of vigilante. This guy is special. He can sense the evil and the terrible things inside the people he comes into contact with, knowing their intentions before they get the chance to act on them themselves. He is a protector, stalking the horrid and vile through the night, wreaking havoc on all that he finds offensive and wrong.
This issue was fantastically written and leaves you wanting nothing but more. No disappointment. In fact, the ending is, in my opinion, is perfect. Like I said, when you’re done reading you’re in this mode of “NO! Wait! What happens???? Tell meeeeee!!!”. But, you just have to wait and read the third one. Probably best if you get both two and three at the same time, if you can. It’s senseless to cause yourself the suspense when you can have it right there in your hot little hands.
The artists have a true talent for recognizing when color is needed and when color is an accessory. Here, they expertly use small splashes of color amidst black and white, the impact of the colors almost popping off the pages. This gives a phenomenal effect to the feel of the story. Plus, it adds to the beauty of the basicness of the book. Simple art. Simple story. No clutter. No frills. Just good old fashioned storytelling and artwork brought together in a creepy harmony of horror.
This series is a definite must read. I have book three waiting for me to read already. Do you have yours?