Review: The Troop #4
With one of the team killed, the young, naive members of the Troop must face up to the reality of their situation. They can return to the grim misery of their previous lives – or fully embrace their powers and rain their righteous fury down upon those out to do them harm! Time to decide!
Take a chance at a normal life hiding what you are, or are you willing to use what you have? That seems to be the underlying question in this issue, as everyone tries to have a normal life. At least as normal as they can given they are a more than most humans. Of course that doesn’t end well, as the past comes back to some of them.
Nothing says family, quite like strange coincidences, as they all share one home. Now that the home has become more than just a hideout, the artist does a supreme job filling in the blank spots of the penthouse. Even the scenes where they attempt to have to a normal life by finding jobs, going to school, working are supremely well done.
I’m curious to see how this story continues, as past and present mingle into a strange tapestry. One thing is certain though, it will be interesting.
Story: Noel Clarke Art: J. Cassara
Story: 9 Art: 9.5 Overall: 9.25 Recommendation: Buy
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