Not a bad little issue but I get the feeling that Alan Davis is aiming this material at readers who entered this miniseries as fans of Killraven, as truthfully the book is a bit weak when it comes to fleshing out its cast. There's also the idea that when the book offers up the action the only character who's allowed to play an active role is Killraven, which begs the question of why Alan Davis even bothered to create a group of characters for Killraven to have his adventures with. Now the action is pretty much what one should expect from a book set in a bleak future, as we have all manner of savage beasts to endanger our hero, and this issue has Killraven stumbling across a rather familiar scenario where a con artist is posing as all powerful figure, and is forcing a small settlement into near starvation with his demands for their food. Still, I suspect that unless you're a Killraven fan, or a big Alan Davis booster, then you're likely to find this miniseries a bit underwhelming. Read Full Review
You may believe the artwork will be pretty enough that you can stomach the stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid plot and the balsa of characterization, but Alan Davis has done far, far better. Is Killraven the worst mini-series ever written? Yes. It is. Read Full Review
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