Review: Martian Comics #2
Written by Sergio Tarquini and R. L. Campos, things get odd in this issue, as the sci-fi elements are interwoven into a modern grounded reality. As Izzy tries to prove her martian possession is real to her sister Rita, she gets an interesting call. A job offer, from arms company. Which given the video of her that got their CEO’s attention, it does make the job offer rather odd.
The art by Julian Darius is much more grounded in this issue, than in the previous issue. While that may seem odd for a sci-fi comic, it helps progress the story well. Especially given how grounded in reality this issue is, as the martian possessing Izzy attempts to live a normal life.
Story: Sergio Tarquini and R. L. Campos Art: Julian Darius
Story: 8.5 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy
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