Advance Review X-O Manowar Issue 28
Things seem to be back to the kind of quality this title had at its beginning with this issue. The pacing of the whole issue is not too slow like the past two issues have been. In fact if Venditti had combined the good parts of his scripts for the last two issues together, we would have had pacing like this. Instead of seeing all the hunts we get a general idea. This helps progress the time frame and keeps the story going. The art, lettering and coloring are top notch as well. While there is a piece of dialogue with Malgram that feels clichéd, the fact that it provides a placement of when the story is happening makes it okay. I recommend this issue for long-time fans, or just people looking for a good quick read.