One man fueled by grief after the murder of his son, another fueled by dark magic and revenge—both headed towards a final confrontation that will settle the score once and for all. Watch the world burn in this shocking conclusion to The Cape: 1969.
I really enjoyed this concluding issue of The Cape 1969. It was paced extremely well, the art was phenomenal, and the story achieved something few prequel do, it brought a satisfying story to an end while leading into the original piece. This is definitely a series you should try if youre a fan of Joe Hills work (you all should be). Read Full Review
If you remember last week I wrote a glowing review of the first 3 issues of this series (if you didn't know, go back and check it out). This is the final issue in the prequel arc of the book The Cape. Joe Hill & Jason Ciaramella ended this series with a bang. In it we have the final confrontation between Cory Chase and the Viet Cong leader that killed his entire Med-evac unit. Cory Chase spends a bit of time in the story reflecting and thinking about the things he has done in Vietnam. He then shifts his focus to the task at hand, the ultimate showdown. The ending of this story is fabulous and makes me want to read The Cape. The art and colors in this book as I've mentioned before make you feel like you're in the middle of the jungle caked with dirt and mud. These series was well written and I cannot recommend it enough. Read Full Review