It is the final issue and it is a winner. Several twists makes this a must read to the end issue. You want to see if Hector gets it together or what happens if he doesn't. You finish reading the last panel and think "wow".
The creative team worked well together.
The artist Dug Nation made sure each panel was clean, full of emotion and detailed.
The colorist Josephine Roberts' usage of the palette of colors was magnificent
The writer Hannibal Tabu made sure the storyline flowed from page to page. Tabu was clear and concise and enjoyed his writing.
A great mini series from Wunderman Comics and creator Nate Wunderman....
The fallout over Sarah seems to have an everlasting effect on Hector. Hector is not a likeable guy and you almost feel some sorrow for him. Hector is in trouble. Big trouble and everything is falling apart around him. That includes the people.
The writer is setting up for the finale in this 4 issue mini series and each panel is deep, precise and note worthy. Take a moment and see how the artist and colorist have done a great job together with details.
Clearly life is not going as planned for Hector. Is inheriting $15 million a curse? While his brother and him each received $15 mil; only Hector is out of control. We see a little backstory on a past love and you wonder if that set him to where he is today? Regardless, Hector is on a collision course in life. Hector is lost.
Each panel is complete. The artist Dug Nation definitely showed that words can be minimized with the right artwork.
The font was a good choice by Josephine Roberts. The writer Tabu continues to use his words sparingly but you get the full impact. Solid issue.
If the issue ends anything like it started (a funeral); then you know it's going to be full of twists and possibly a dark ending.
There is only 4 issues/a mini series; so the writer gets to work right away. Hannibal Tabu sets it up quickly and powerful. The main characters are Hector and Gus. They are best friends and definitely are opposites. While Gus is a good friend to Hector; you definitely know Hector is not a good friend to Gus. This issue is a little wild and interesting. The story is set and you now wonder .. what is next for Hector?
The art in this issue is impressive. The artist Dug Nation has an eye for details. You see that with the face, clothing and overall surroundings. The coloring by Josephine gives you that 80s feel and sets the period well. ...
Final Issue. I felt like it could keep going. Reading them back to back was fun and worth it. The writer Tabu did a wonderful job at tying up the loose ends of all the main characters. You wonder how such a positive 1st issue could turn out like this. Each panel was carefully done. The story at times didn't need words; as the pictures made it very clear.
This was a strong mini series. While I feel that there could be another installment in the future; I am not sure if this was the creator Nate Wunderman's intention. If not, then we can be at ease that the main characters had a complete story line.
The artist and colorist worked very well together.
The creative team from Wunderman Comics put out a solid story. ...
Wanted to mention that the letterer Josephine Roberts chose fonts that were clear and made this easy to read. J. Roberts made sure that reader's experience this was nothing but top quality!
This issue was a good setup for the final issue. It becomes clear each character's mission; but the writer Tau does not give any real hints on how it will end.
You finish this isse wondering who will live and what happens to Vampire Nation. Are the other characteres that were briefly in the issues play a significant role?
So many questions. Bring on the final issue. ...
This issue is strong and defining. The writer Tabu reels us in. We feel how the writer gives emotional depth to each character as the story progresses. The art is clear and on point. This is a darker issue and the coloring sets the tone. You feel for these chracters because you know the intentions of each were nothing but good in the beginning.
The previous 2 issues set the stage for a story full of mystery. I’m interested to see how this story unfolds. I'm invested.
The art is engaging and the writer has a firm hold of the story. The twists have been great in each issue and the writer knows how to set up the next issue quite well.
The Reaper is a main character now and is now very crucicial to the story. Yes, another surprise ending.
Like reviews but not spoilers in them. Will say that this issue was full of surprises. This issues moves to the year 1948 and can say alot has changed. The characters have changed their personalities. Yes, they are now vampires but over the years it is apparent that alot has gone on. Their are now 2 vampire nations and they are at war. The turmoil thoughout this issue is a clear sign that things are not going to fare well. This issue ends with a BAMM!
The writing by Tabu is clearly defined and it all ties well together. The artist Giancarlo Caracuzzo gives you the facial expressions that reinforce the writing. The colorist Flavia Caracuzzo excels at the use of contrast between light and dark. The coloring is vital to this story and well done.
Big first issue. A bundle deal convinced me (and the review) to take a leap to read this mini series. Pythagoras was a skillful mathematician and philosopher who saw something special in this rebellious slave named Zalmoxis. The names are a little hard to pronounce but being where and the time era of this issue, it makes sense. These 2 are the main characters in the first issue. As this issue is winding down we see a slave girl names Sofia be saved by Zalmoxis. They are all quick to bond and their interests are on the same path. Medea is added to this mix soon after. She is a priestess and seems she may be key to future issues.
The writer Hannibal Tabu have given the characters traits very similiar at this point: compassionate, respectful, eager to learn and love for one another.
The paneling choices are excellent and really something to take notice of. Also, there are so many different atmospheres that exist in this issue and they are all drawn so differently and so beautifully. ...
Its a small file and easy to navigate through.
Alas, I think that this PDF should have a higher DPI so that in print would look better.
Also, its impossible to bookmark something because the pdf is protected. having in mind that theres no PRE-bookmark in the file so you have to rely on jumping to pages manually....
This first issue of Lady and the Lost World was, in the tradition of some of the best first issues of things, concisely informative and engaging, neither talking down to the reader nor obfuscating. The historical mystery was intriguing and the villainy unsettling but human. The art was very good, but especially captivating in the villain scenes.
When I kicked off my D20 Modern Call of Cthulhu campaign, I needed a training scenario to test the new agents. You might think "Danger Room"-type scenarios are common, but they're much harder to find than you might think. This scenario involves robot tentacles, heat seeking missiles, and lots of danger room madness that was perfect for my new players and helped them get into the groove. It was compatible enough for me to easily convert it to D20, but really I just wanted the training challenges so it worked fine for my campaign....