Intertwined #2

Intertwined #2

Writer: Fabrice Sapolsky Artist: Fred Pham Chuong Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: November 9, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
7.8Critic Rating
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Give in to Kung Fu Noir! Juan Jin's nightmare has only just begun. Not only he's been drugged and brought from Hong-Kong to the United States illegally, but he now has to go through humiliation, rudeness and brutality of New York's Sing Sing Prison guards. And if it wasn't enough, everyone's after him and the Golden Dragon statue he's mysteriously connected to. Darkness calls Juan Jin... Will he give in?

  • 8.5
    Graphic Policy - christopher scott author Feb 6, 2017

    There is a subtle change of art by Fred Pham Chuong as the environment changes from Hong Kong to New York City. The major spotlight for the comic reveals itself towards the later half of this issue. The mystic side is much more vibrant than I expected, a subtle artistic choice of Chuong. That slight difference gives it a nice contrast from the noir atmosphere this series has to it up to this point. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Patrick Larose Nov 9, 2016

    This is a compelling comic with a compelling world and mythology centered on a character that's rebellious but never obnoxious, driven but warm. This is a book that, much like its characters within, is something well worth rooting for--it's humanistic message that's balanced by its influences and utilizes them in a way that only this comic can. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Nov 9, 2016

    I like it when Dynamite Comics put out original stuff. For too long, they have been thought of as just a “tie-in” publisher. People tend to forget, that the “tie-in first model” worked well for Dark Horse Comics. Dynamite have a strong stable of books that sparkle with creativity, despite the fact that putting out different types of stories may not appeal to everyone. Still,no book manages to please everyone, all of the time. As such, Dynamite are in good company. Read Full Review

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