City of Dust #2

City of Dust #2

Writer: Steve Niles Publisher: Radical Publishing Release Date: November 12, 2008 Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 10
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Rob G. Nov 13, 2008

    This is an all-around great comic that works on many different levels. Like all great stories, it seems that all the different sub-plots are building up to coalesce into the main theme of the story. Watching the mastery in which Niles pulls this off is a thing of beauty. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Major Spoilers - Stephen Schleicher Nov 11, 2008

    I think everyone owes it to themselves to set aside the mainstream offerings from the big two and explore those issues and titles coming from the smaller publishers. Radical Comics has delivered a fascinating story in the pages of City of Dust. Niles writing builds the reader up to each major revelations in a way that engages instead of disappoints. City of Dust #2 is an excellent second installment of the five issue mini-series. If you like futuristic noir horror, City of Dust is an excellent read. Youll need to tell your LCS to get issue #1 so everything makes sense, but as it stands, City of Dust #2 earns a well deserved 4.5 out of 5 Stars. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Troy Stith Nov 13, 2008

    In the end I was left with more questions than I had started with, but that's OK with me since the comic continued to build on the mystery at hand. Issue #2 eased my hunger for City of Dust temporarily but I know as the days pass Ill be ready for more Philip Khrome and his dangerous city. Bring on issue #3. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Alex Rodriguez Nov 17, 2008

    Unfortunately, these steps were not effectuated and the writing falls just short making for a flip through read. All-in-all, this comic falls just short of forgettable and isnt something that will spark conversation. Read Full Review

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