Wrath Of The Eternal Warrior Issue 9 Review With Spoilers

Warning Of Spoilers!

   There is some exciting work done with the visual perspectives in this issue. Mainly when Gilad runs up a wall, which seems to be possibly inspired by Steranko and/or certain pieces of cinema. Unfortunately I do not know who to give kudos to due to the number of artists that are credited. Though I do know that Robert Venditti seems to have a firmer handle on Gilad's personality based on various questionable actions and a single inaction. Finally an intriguing possibility is raised regarding the head baddie maybe being Gilad's son. Which would mean that said son got thrust backwards in the timeline and he has done things to bring about this very odd time loop.

  Recommended!

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