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Matt Kindt, Tyler Jenkins, and Hilary Jenkins’ Apache Delivery Service Comes to Dark Horse in January 2022

Matt Kindt, Tyler Jenkins, and Hilary Jenkins, the creative team behind the hit series Fear Case, team up once more to bring another horrific masterpiece to life in Apache Delivery Service.

In the jungles of Vietnam, two men are on the hunt for a cache of missing gold from World War II. The men follow a trail of mysteriously mutilated corpses as they navigate through jungle, war and a maze of caves. Can these men trust each other? Is there a serial killer on the loose? And is there truth to the rumors – that a clan of ancient witches is guarding the missing Nazi gold?

Apache Delivery Service #1 (of four) will be in comic shops on January 5, 2022.

Review: Monster Kill Squad #2

Monsters are real. This is the team tasked with taking them out. Welcome to the Monster Kill Squad.

Story: Christos Gage, Matt Kindt
Art: Tomas Giorello, Juan José Ryp
Color: Diego Rodriguez, Andrew Dalhouse
Letterer: Dave Sharpe

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Review: Pyrate Queen #2

Monday Ryan is one of the best pirates on the high seas. This is her story of revenge.

Story: Peter Milligan, Matt Kindt
Art: Adam Pollina, Kano
Color: Tamra Bonvillain
Letterer: Simon Bowland, Dave Sharpe

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Review: BRZRKR #5

BRZRKR #5

BOOM! Studios BRZRKR has been a pleasant surprise in comics. The series spearheaded by Keanu Reeves is a clear pitch for a film or television series (which are coming) but it has wound up being so much more. The story revolves around B, a man who can’t die and has been alive for 10s of thousands of years. He’s a weapon that’s tired of being a weapon and whose memory fails in letting him know his own truth. The series opened with so much action but since it has focused on B, the person. It’s a story of longing and sadness, about a warrior, a weapon, who no longer wants to be one. This is the story of the soldier that wants to retire. BRZRKR #5 continues the focus exploring the many loves of B and the losses throughout his years.

Reeves and Matt Kindt deliver a story exploring B’s love life through the years. We see loss after loss and a bit more why he is the way he is. This is an individual who is trying to figure out his purpose. As he states, if it isn’t to fall in love and have a family, then what is it? While that view has evolved over the years, it’s understandable that someone 80,000 years old would be focused on that. But, what’s important is we begin to question that. Here is an individual that has been created into this perfect weapon. His role isn’t to create but to destroy. So, what happens when he no longer wants to do that? We understand his drifting and confusion as to what’s next.

Much of that sadness is delivered through Ron Garney‘s art. With Bill Crabtree on color and lettering by Clem Robins the art really emphasizes the emotions of the issue. We can see B break as the years go on and he realizes he shouldn’t love and he won’t find happiness. His facial expressions and body language says it all. But, more importantly, the reactions of others is what’s really key. We see the sadness from them. This is a person who has only known being a weapon but he has shown love and kindness to these individuals. While he might be the embodiment of destruction there’s a clear compassion and caring as well. That’s completely conveyed through the art.

BRZRKR #5 is a solid entry in the series. Its focus is learning more about B but really focusing on the sadness he experiences. We as readers emphasize with him more and become attached in a way. It’s surely so that whatever is to come will feel like more of an emotional punch but for an issue we get to forget about the action and instead focus on a person who just wants to find peace. It delivers something completely unexpected from an “action series” and helps makes this series continue to stand out.

Story: Keanu Reeves, Matt Kindt Art: Ron Garney
Color: Bill Crabtree Letterer: Clem Robins
Story: 8.45 Art: 8.45 Overall: 8.45 Recommendation: Buy

BOOM! Studios provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review


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Preview: BRZRKR Vol. 1

BRZRKR Vol. 1

(W) Keanu Reeves, Matt Kindt (A) Ron Garney (CA) Rafael Grampá
In Shops: Sep 29, 2021
SRP: $16.99

A WAR WITH NO END, A MAN WITH NO LIMITS.

The man known only as B. is half-mortal and half-God, cursed and compelled to violence…even at the sacrifice of his sanity.

But after centuries, B. may have finally found a refuge – working for the U.S. government to fight the battles too violent and too dangerous for anyone else.

In exchange, B. will be granted the one thing he desires: the truth about his endless blood-soaked existence…and how to end it.

Keanu Reeves makes his comic book writing debut alongside New York Times bestselling co-writer Matt Kindt (Folklords, Grass Kings) and acclaimed artist Ron Garney (Juggernaut) in a brutally violent new series about one immortal warrior’s fight through the ages.

Collects BRZRKR #1-4.

BRZRKR Vol. 1

Preview: BRZRKR #5 (of 12)

BRZRKR #5 (of 12)

(W) Matt Kindt, Keanu Reeves (A) Ron Garney (CA) Lee Garbett
In Shops: Sep 29, 2021
SRP: $3.99

What shocking new discovery will bring B. one step closer to understanding his origins?

As B. and Diana’s bond continues to grow, B. opens up about a recurring trauma from his past.

Will this new revelation jeopardize B. and Keever’s latest mission? Or is it all part of a plan by Caldwell to trigger more memories?

BRZRKR #5 (of 12)

Dangerous Revelations Jeopardize Everything in BRZRKR #5

BOOM! Studios today revealed a first look at BRZRKR #5, the start of a new story arc in the top-selling twelve-issue limited series by the iconic Keanu Reeves and New York Times bestselling co-writer Matt Kindt, acclaimed artist Ron Garney, colorist Bill Crabtree, and letterer Clem Robins, about an immortal being’s eternal struggle with the hidden truth behind his existence, available in comic book stores worldwide on September 29, 2021.

What shocking new discovery will bring B. one step closer to understanding his origins? As B. and Diana’s bond continues to grow, B. opens up about a recurring trauma from his past. Will this new revelation jeopardize B. and Keever’s latest mission? Or is it all part of a plan by Caldwell to trigger more memories?

BRZRKR #5 features main cover art by superstar illustrator Lee Garbett and variant covers by acclaimed artists Giuseppe Camuncoli and Declan Shalvey.

BRZRKR #5

Review: Pyrate Queen #1

Monday Ryan is one of the best pirates on the high seas. This is her story of revenge.

Story: Peter Milligan, Matt Kindt
Art: Adam Pollina, Travel Foreman
Color: Tamra Bonvillain, Ulises Arreola
Letterer: Simon Bowland, Dave Sharpe

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Review: Monster Kill Squad #1

Monsters are real. This is the team tasked with taking them out. Welcome to the Monster Kill Squad.

Story: Christos Gage, Matt Kindt
Art: Tomas Giorello, Juan José Ryp
Color: Diego Rodriguez, Andrew Dalhouse
Letterer: Dave Sharpe

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