Review: Bolts #1
During a brutal attack by townspeople in his own time, Frank is torn apart and loses his memory. Only to have his mangled body pieced back together and thrown into a new and strange dimension where he crosses paths with Casey, a scavenger with a penchant for trouble. Now the two must face merciless monsters and perilous roads, while Frank fights his own battle to become a righteous hero or spiteful villain!
With Bolts #1 James Whynot has created something that is brilliant, strange, and intriguing. The first issue and series combines a strange environment, filled with mysterious, horrifying looking creatures. It all comes along with strange hints about a villainous being only known as “the dragon.”
I will admit the three color atmosphere, was a surprise at first. Yet the more I read it the more I became enthralled by it. That atmosphere manages to work wonderfully in this conceptual comic and it’s great to see James Whynot, who does double duty as artist, go this route.
Story: James Whynot Art: James Whynot
Story: 9 Art: 9 Overall: 9 Recommendation: Buy
Action Lab Entertainment provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review