It is 17th century Japan, a time and place of violent upheaval. Into this strange and dangerous world come Wolverine, Pyslocke, Punisher, Hulk and Deadpool. Prepare for the Marvel heroes like you’ve never seen them before.
Much like the first issue, the redeeming quality of this book is the art. Dalibor Talajić's work is done well enough that the issue seems passable. Still, even balancing in some better-than-average art, I was left completely bored by what I read. As a single issue it reads better than 5 Ronin #1, but as the second issue in a mini-series it has lost my attention and gained my apathy. For those of you entertained by this issue, I'm glad. As for myself, I think I may be finished with the series. Read Full Review
After two issues of "5 Ronin," I can't figure out what the point of this series is, except perhaps to provide a venue for David Aja's gorgeous covers. I wish there was something more being offered up, but with "5 Ronin" it appears to be all about the art. Considering Milligan's has some great comics under his belt both past and present, this is a bit of a disappointment overall. Read Full Review
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