REVIEW: Rumble #10

G’Day Crusaders,

This is Dodgy86 in the mix bringing you Rumble # 10 from Image Comics, written by John Arcudi, penciled by James Harren with colors by Dave Stewart.

As a battle damaged Rathraq pieces himself together after what looks to be an epic battle that left both combatants weathered, was the enemy of the scarecrow warrior defeated?
Read it and find out!

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Maybe I’m wierd, but I love action especially if it’s done well, Stewart’s art is not only gorgeous but the action scenes are flawless. I was a bit thrown by the number of characters shown during the issue, I know reading from the tenth issue (like I did) means you’ll have to read the previous issues to catch up. I did enjoy this book. I would actually check out the previous issues for a look. The pacing of the book and scene switching is easy to follow.

This book is a heavily violent, a delight for fans of gore and there is more blood spilt than a WWE match in late 90s. I can appreciate the imagination and creativity of the writers and co-creators Arcudi and Harren in their design of monster and characters as they are not one-dimensional and vary in appearance and size.

For something a bit different, it is definately worth a try. Do ya’self a favor and check it out!

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