Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Comic Book Review: Dustin Smith's Knight Hunter

There are super powered individuals and, based on the early narrative, it's become a bit blase'.  Apparently, so has kidnapping.  Kyle is one of the main characters of the book and, while he's talking to a group of friends, his brother Trent is kidnapped by a van full of thugs just across the street.  One of Kyle's friends basically shrugged it off as something that happens on a day that ends in "y."

As for the rest of the book, I actually had fun reading it.  It's a bit rushed and some of the dialogue felt a bit forced, but overall I feel Dustin Smith did a fine job.  I assume he did the whole thing as there are no credits, issue # or price on this comic book.

My favorite character was a guy in a smiley face mask.  He uses old movie lines when he enters a room(or rather, he starts to say them but thinks better of it).

If you get a chance to read this book, check it out.  It's full of violence and is a nice introduction as there are now more questions than answers which is what you want in an on-going series(if this is an on-going series).  I received this comic book from the Indy Stash Subscription Service and you can read my review of the contents from that package here.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for the review, it was self published and the artist was eryck webb. It was my first time writing, and now I'm working with short fuse on an official #1 I'm hoping that it's an ongoing series, I have so much planned and in place.