REVIEW: Elasticator #5

Spoilers ahead…..

Mikey’s father finally takes responsibility for the horrible way he treated his mother and him and the pair forgive each other and finally bond, meanwhile Luthor is about to start his final run to take over the city, Mikey has no choice but to team up with the cops to stop him.

If you’ve read any of previous reviews you will know I’ve loved this book since issue one, its gorgeous art that is simply a joy to look at to its stunning storytelling that built beautifully in a way that not only kept my interest but also made me care for the main character who didn’t ask for any of this but decided to do the right thing anyway.

Mikey isn’t your bog standard superhero but he is becoming a superhero in his own right, with the climax next issue to what has been one hell of a ride this is one book I cannot recommend enough. Either pop back and pick up the individual issues or wait for the trade, either way this is a must read.

5 stars no question.

Elasticator #5
Written by A.C. Medina
Art by Kevin Shah
Colours by Ross A. Campbell
Letters by Micah Myers
Cover by Jean-Francois Beulieu
Published by Scout Comics
Reviewed by Dawn of Comics

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