One of my favorite aspects of the book is what becomes of Danikka, the female junkie who's part of the home-invasion plan. I was expecting her to suffer a horrible fate like other Tattered Man victims, but her plot thread brings a tiny bit of light into an otherwise black and depressing story. While the overall focus of the book is mankind's cruelty to his fellow man, Danikka's plot thread serves as a vital balance. I was surprised at how much I appreciated and was interested in her character's transformation in the latter part of the story. Read Full Review
As a concept, The Tattered Man is strong enough to be featured in more one-shots, or maybe even a series. Its hard to explain without giving the story away, but the themes are strong and this comic was one of the few that actually works as a piece of horror. I would definitely be interested in seeing where the character could go and would recommend people picking this up. Read Full Review
The Tattered Man was a fun read. Was it worth the five dollar cover charge for about thirty-five pages of story? Maybe, maybe not, especially in the current market, but if you take a chance on it you will most likely enjoy it. I think if you like World War II, revenge stories, or just horror in general you should pick this up. Read Full Review
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