Review: Heroes Vengeance #5
Oscar’s El Vengador story comes to an epic end in the final part of ‘Vengeance’. It’s a few days before the explosive events of Odessa, and it’s all-out war between Oscar and Pelon’s gang. Plus, the fate of the original El Vengador – Oscar/Carlos’s grandfather…
Heroes: Vengeance #5 could be considered cut into two mini issues. The first is how the El Vengador from the to be, as his the mask is viewed is more of an icon. While the second part, is more of the the Oscar gained the mask. Along with why he choose to use it, as a symbol. It all reminds me of another well known “coweled,” superhero.
The urban themed, well drawn action continues as the final issue comes to pass. Similar to past issues, the atmosphere is gritty, dark, and reminds me of similar vengeful themed antihero/superhero comics.
Honestly I’m curious to see if the next mini series Heroes: Godsend continues this gritty, urban, atmosphere.
Story: Seamus Kevin Fahey, Zach Craley Art: Rubine
Story: 8.5 Art: 9 Overall: 8.75 Recommendation: Buy
Titan Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review