Eden's Fall #2

Eden's Fall #2

Writer: Matt Hawkins, Bryan Hill Artist: Antonio Rojo Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: September 28, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 1
8.2Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

FBI Agent James Miller has found his way into Eden, and now he's tracking the serpent himself. While his friends on the outside try to find a way to protect him, Miller targets the criminal hiding out in a town full of them, but the man he seeks may be more than he bargained for... and the price of revenge will change FBI Agent James Miller forever.

  • 10
    Geek-O-Rama - Jeff Kocks Oct 7, 2016

    This one hit the ground running, and doesnt appear to be letting up. I rate it a 5 of 5 again. Excellent work from the team of Hill, Rojo, Hawkins and Russell. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - Nick Nafpliotis Sep 28, 2016

    Could the major death we see be a trick? Maybe. That seed was definitely planted. But even if it is, the scene that gets us there is so brutal and effective that you can't help but be fully hooked in by it. And considering the fallout its about to cause, I'd say things are about to get a lot worse for the characters"and even better for the readers. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Big Glasgow Comic Page - Neutral Grey Sep 28, 2016

    It's a bit early in this series to say whether or not I think the series will be good as a whole. But Eden's Fall #2 was a solid issue and a great foundation to build more story on. I hope and expect future issues will match and exceed the events of issue #2. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Sep 29, 2016

    Whilst it is a given that there is more than meets the eye to the town of Eden's Fall, the fact that the outside world shares a level of ambiguity can seem more disturbing. Overall, this book continues to deliver on the promises made in the first issue. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Nerdophiles - Kylee Sills Oct 5, 2016

    Even so, Atilio Rojo deserves a lot of the credit for this issue, effortlessly inking Mayor Shiffron's medieval tale and the brutal confrontation between James and Thornton. The harshness and the angles really serve to give credence to the brutality of the sequence. Rojo's artwork serves to drive home the emotional script and doesn't flinch away from the reveal at the end of the issue, promising a completely new ballgame when the series returns with issue #3. Read Full Review

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