Nearing death, Skybreaker is brought back to the Sioux village where he recalls his troubled past. Meanwhile, at the settlement, Cutter is delivered a disturbing message and Barek confronts an old foe.
You shouldn’t be surprised by how good this issue is, especially not after the first one. I’m looking forward to seeing it continue as I was very pleased with the developing plots within this issue. Again, you can see all the cogs in play, but the larger machine has yet to be revealed. You can bet that I’ll be here to check it out when it is and in the meantime pick up this issue and the first if you missed it. Read Full Review
Moreci and Zucker are building a real classic western vengeance tale. Not only does the anti-hero storyline tease the coming revenge, but even amongst the other major cast members there is a building hatred. Not one character in this story seems terribly fond of another, and each seems to have their own definition of right. While tensions rise a bit more in Skybreaker #2, there is no telling just how grand this will all be when the waves comes crashing. Read Full Review
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