Issue #4 is sort of a mixed bag for Firebreather. The art is the only part that I feel is a little bit off, but it was enough to bring me away from the book. The ambitiously jarring location that fans will end up at by the end of the storyline is one that they wont soon forget. The series, if Hester chooses to hit the ground running with the new plot implications, could become something grander than what it was before. Im ready to dismiss the melodramatic story that Im used to every once in a while if this is the type of stuff that comes up. In issue #4, the emotions are intense, the implications are hefty and the possibilities are endless. Really, if Hester keeps this up, Firebreather will undoubtedly become one of the better series on shelves today. Read Full Review
Hester and Kuhn have crafted a fascinating story. The adventure of the half human, half monster Duncan are very well done. Duncan's thoughts and actions are realistic for a teenage boy. He tries to make the best of a bad situation. I am definitely on board for future issues. Read Full Review
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