REVIEW: Sunflower #2

Sunflower #2
Created and written by Mark Mallouk
Adapted by Andi Ewington
Illustrated by Lee Carter
Letters by Eugenio Perez Jr.

Let’s judge this book by its cover… Eye catching with its bright yellow background it draws the eye to it instantly where your treated to stunning details of a back tattoo. Sometimes simple covers work and this is one of those times.

How far would a parent go to find their child? Is there a line, and if so how many times would you cross it? When her husband is murdered and her daughter taken Mrs Piece shows that nothing with stand in her way of getting to the truth. Seeking the assistance of the officer that worked the original case years ago she not only finds out of the horrors that happened that night but also the cost it took on the officer who blames himself for not getting a conviction.

I have to admit I felt a little lost, with this only being the second issue I’m surprised. With the art being a little hit and miss for me this ones an oddity. This however is stunning

It wasn’t bad, but I don’t know if I liked it. That sounds off but this feels choppy, almost like two different books mashed together.

For me it’s a 2 star book.

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