Ennis has once again composed something truly horrible and special with this book, and I am excited for every issue release. A Walk Through Hell #4 art by Goran Sudzuka and Jose Villarrubia Goran Sudzuka is to be lauded as well, as it is his rendition of this demented world which Shaw and McGregor navigate that allows[...]
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The two don't want to believe things are as they seem, even as Hunzikker continues to pull the trigger on his own blown-out head. A Walk Through Hell #3 art by Goran Sudzuka and Ive Svorcina Goran Sudzuka continues to bring it all to life in a chillingly understated manner The cover atrocity is given more pomp[...]
McGregor is the more shaky and opinionated one, and he is more prone to emotional outbursts. The comic overexplains a theme in a manner that doesn't seem to have faith in the audience to pick up the recurring element towards the end of the book, but this is the only real flaw in the comic. Goran Sudzuka's[...]
The likes of Mark Millar and Robert Kirkman may have recently eschewed second printings in favor of massive print runs, but Warren Ellis is keeping things old school, or at least AfterShock comics are when it comes to Ellis and Goran Sudžuka's A Walk Through Hell #1.
This also serves to give a heavily nihilistic tone to events. The comic carries itself with the weight and pacing of something written by a consummate professional like Ennis, and it's almost maddeningly clever. Goran Sudzuka's artwork is gorgeous in its simplicity The characters are detailed in subtle ways while leaving much of the page space filled[...]
So why are you seeing things that just can't possibly be? Why has your heart stopped beating in your chest? And why are you terrified beyond anything you ever imagined? A new kind of horror story for modern America, written by Garth Ennis (Preacher, The Boys, Crossed) and drawn by Goran Sudzuka (Y: The Last Man, Hellblazer)[...]
It has done this pretty well, especially when helped by artists like Goran Sudzuka Is it better than Waid's Daredevil? No, but it has an identity all its own and is a good addition to the library of Daredevil titles. Daredevil #21's adventure begins with the long talked-about assault on New York's criminal underworld, which Matt[...]