Review: Heroes: Vengeance #4
In the past, the original El Vengador is forced to fight for his honor, while in the present, Carlos faces a military tribunal. As if that’s not enough, Pelon threatens Oscar and his family.
Heroes: Vengeance #4 is filled with backstory, as the history of the wrestler who originally dawned the mask is told. Written by Seamus Kevin Fahey and Zach Craley, the issue is a light change of pace, but that manages to blend into the story oddly well given who the wrestler was. Of course the main story and the little side story, are connected since the mask links the characters. Anymore I reveal, spoils the story.
Like previous issues, the art work by Rubine is superb. I will admit the “brightness,” that shows the flashbacks is a nice contrast from the present. The transition between past and present is done seamlessly outside of the color differences. Of course the grittiness of the of the present is incredibly consistent like it is in previous issues.
Story: Seamus Kevin Fahey, Zach Craley Art: Rubine
Story: 7.5 Art: 8.0 Overall: 7.75 Recommendation: Buy
Titan Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review