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Richv1
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Posted - 09/12/2014 :  10:31:46 AM  Show Profile  Visit Richv1's Homepage  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share

Title: Bountyhunter # 7
Publisher: Kiss Me Comix
Pencils, Inks and Finishes: Darrell Goza
Story, Art, Layouts and Coloring: Rod Jenkins
Guest Colorist: Richard Jenkins
Price: $ 3.00 Can/US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.kissmecomix.com
Comments: The story starts off with lots of information but unless you have read the previous issues you will be wondering what happened and who the people mentioned are.
Having Rod's Hut and Goza's Shop in the background is a nice self promotional touch.
Nega-Brain does come across as a take change guy who is also a mega-manic. His minions are shown with little to no respect for him.
There is a lot going on and a lot of characters to many things and people to follow and remember them all as you read this comic.
Bison is written as a heroic character who just wants what is best for his people.
Skytree a flying birdman is illustrated in some amazing airial poses.
Bountyhunter is not used enough in this issue. The comic is named after him so it would be nice to see more of him.
Overall the art is good and has some dynamic poses. The story does have a few exciting moments. The fight scenes do look great.

Richard Vasseur
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