4001 AD Shadowman Number 1 Review With Spoilers

Warning Of Spoilers!

   The summary and story suggest more potential stories down the road that may, or may not, happen in our literal and figurative lifetimes. As for this comic's story it is arguably the best Shadowman tale from the current incarnation of Valiant Entertainment. Mainly because it presents a fresh science fiction meets supernatural take on the basic concept. Also it is arguably more accessible than the opening of the Shadowman series that Valiant Entertainment launched in 2012. While the design consistency of all the characters could be better the vast majority of the art is still amazingly imaginative. For example the Deadside pig guy. The only major flaw with the story is the internal monologue of the lead character sounding different from the external dialogue.

  Recommended!

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