So we’re at the end of the first arc for Norgal and Agatha as they come face to face with their final enemy. As the bog sorcerer takes the severed head of Agatha and eats it whole he becomes the most powerful being ever to be, can Norgal defeat this mighty beast and save Agatha… Well that last part isn’t really something he cares about.
This quarterly title has had me hooked since issue one with its over the top violence to its witty one liners as our two heroes travel the countryside on a mission from the queen to save the lands from beasts and man alike. The action doesn’t let up for a second as Norgal does what he does best and lop off heads on almost every page. The art has been some of my favourite out there while the writing hasn’t let this book down with some fun interactions between the leading man and lady. Agatha is simply a joy to read with her snark and sarcasm always on hand to help Norgal remember why he hates her so very very much. It’s going to be a long wait until the next story early next year. This is a fivre star book no question.
Head looper #4
Writer, artist by Andrew Maclean
Colours by Mike Spicer
Published by Image
Reviewed by Dawn of Comics
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