BlackAcre #6 may not be a perfect comic but between the skills of both the illustrator and the writer enough is done right here to garner their audience's attention. For that reason this comes recommended. Read Full Review
Regardless, its a necessary moment. And while the rest of the content is somewhat breezy, it still tells an interesting story. The art is, as usual, up to the task. There are some missteps here and there Birds face right before he escapes is a little weird but its the strong, unassuming aesthetic youve come to expect by now. Strong and unassuming is probably the best way to describe Blackacre for the moment, and this issue continues that streak. Read Full Review
The BlackAcre series has been an interesting look at a dystopian future that isn't necessarily caused by zombies or some sort of global catastrophe. Since Greene has been the focus of the of the previous books, it's nice to see him get his own solo issue. However, to understand what was happening in the previous issues, you don't really need this particular book. While it remains to be seen if this issue is necessary for the larger plot (and it probably is), it's not really something you need to have right now. Unless you're a die-hard fan of the series, there's no need to pick up this book at this time. Read Full Review
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