Review: Legend Of Luther Strode #4
First off this book is meant for mature readers only.
The last issue left off with Luther arriving at the mansion to save Petra and we saw the introduction of the mysterious “Jack,” whom I assume to be Jack the Reaper. Binder releases Jack from a special box, from which he was chained inside, and sics him on Luther. In this issue Luther arrives at the mansion only to be greeted by Jack. Luther and Jack battle, while Binder talks to Petra about his plan to “save” Luther.
The issue is pretty forward; all action, excitement, and everything in between. Justin Jordan writes in such a way that Tradd Moore’s signature style stands out in an extremely satisfying way. Kudos to the colorist, Felipe Sobreiro, for keeping the colors clean, neat, and vivid; it really enhances every single page. The fight scenes are glorious in all their bloody and gory wonder. When there is dialogue it’s there to move the story forward, and it doesn’t just feel like filler. While reading this story I felt like it’s really leading to something spectacular, and personally I cannot wait to read the next issue. As always it’s a treat to flip to the end and see the art and little tidbits included.
Written by: Justin Jordon
Art: Tradd Moore
Colors: Felipe Sobreiro
Bottom Line: Justin Jordan and Tradd Moore are a perfect team I recommend highly that everyone (Mature readers) pick this series up. For issue #4 I give it a 5/5.
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