Thursday, June 16, 2016

Comic Book Review: Moros A Hard Boiled Hero

Written and Lettered by Josh Lucas
Art by Tamal Saha

A cop who has had enough of the city's corruption decides to take the law into his own hands.

Upon opening this book, I read the opening word balloon that lets the reader know where the scene is taking place.  Bay City.  Sounds great.  When you ask?  Resent Day.  I don't know if this is a pitiful holiday or a spelling error.  I decided to look past it and enjoy what looked to be a gritty and brutal looking comic book.  There's plenty of violence and has a gritty feel but I don't remember much more of it.  The spelling and grammatical errors were just too much.  Seriously, have someone read it over before you print it.

I was going to take more pictures of the errors but it would take up too much room.  Enough about the spelling and awful grammar.  The story is enjoyable enough.  Very cliche' but it gets the first story done and sets up, what could be, a fun run.  A cop on performance enhancing drugs leading a task force to go after himself.  It sounds like a wild ride.

The art fits the story well.  The action shots definitely stand out.  Once the hero puts on the vigilante costume, the fists fly and the blood sprays.  The hero wears all black and looks a loot like a cross between Batman and Daredevil(sans ears/horns).

I received this large sized comic book from the Indy Stash Subscription service.  Check out for all of my Indy Stash reviews.

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