TECH STORM: Rages Of War #2 (of 2) can NOW be PURCHASED:
This comic is 24 Pages with a Full Color COVER. It was also PRINTED by DIMESTORE PRODUCTIONS.
On the first issue, of Tech Storm, you learned how Tech Storm came to be and part of what this giant war going on was all about. You also seen the first appearance of the villain in charge of the whole war - Death!
In this issue, it will go further into the depths of the war between Cyborg & Man. Tech Storm may also meet up with Death in a One-on-One Slug Fest for our time! Oh, and their may be a new character involved with the war at the end of it all.
PENCILS/INKS by - Ryan Crouse
COVER colored by - Wilson Ramos Jr.
3/5 - Jazma Online
GEEK WITH CURVES
By Amy Ratcliffe
I admit, not having read issue 1 of the series, I was a little confused upon initially jumping into Rages of War. I did a quick search on the internet to find a summary of issue 1. In this future, robots and cyborgs are lead by Death (a robot) in a war against mankind. The humans are losing. But the son of the leader of the human forces ends up becoming a super soldier with living armor as a result of an attack while he is recovering from an injury. He rallies the human forces, and blows up the fortress of Death.
Issue 2 picks up here. Tech Storm returns to the fortress to ensure that Death is actually dead. Those robots have a way of getting around that time and time again. We meet some new characters and though Death tries to escape, his pod is destroyed. Or is it? Death may still be alive; the issue is left open-ended.
Yes, robots vs. humans is a classic tale. But classic for a reason. It's relevant and will be for our society for a while to come. Some new characters are introduced that I assume readers will learn more about in future issues. Overall, I really enjoy the style of the comic; the art is gritty and is just the right way to tell the story of war. My only nitpick is the lettering. The hand lettering matches well with the story/style, but it's difficult to read in spots and some words are randomly capitalized. For me, it disturbs the flow of reading.
I'm not sure if it's intentional or not, but I will always read "I have a bad feeling about this" in a comic as homage to Star Wars. And I love that.
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