The really interesting part of The Forevers #2 is the masked killer. It adds a ‘whodunnit' aspect to the story – whilst managing to be scary and intimidating at the same time. At the moment, we're not 100% who it will turn out to be, but our guess is either Bronson Pierce himself – or Carl Doherty. Either Bronson isn't exactly a reliable narrator – or there's a reason that Doherty hasn't really been seen yet. However, the addition of new found powers certainly changes the game completely for the group. This story is proving to be highly entertaining whilst managing to be socially relevant. Our hats off to the writer, Curt Pires – and Eric Scott Pfeiffer's art is gorgeously intimidating too. We can't love this issue enough. Read Full Review
That's handy, because we have to understand a few things about thesepeople in order for this story to work, primarily the tenuoustrust they place oneach other (because of their shared blood pact). But even before Daisy was knocked off it seemed like they all slept with one eye open. “You've ‘made it,'" the book seems to be telling us, “but one false move and you'll find yourself flat on your back.” And there's the hook of The Forevers: They can't fail…so long as they stay alive. Read Full Review
Beautiful art and an interesting story. However, the story isn't told in a sensible linear fashion, but hops around from one character to another. From past to present. This will become annoying if it persists.