Farah's work at Primatech brings her into a clash with HRG and the Haitian. Plus she has to undergo a secret mission into a prison to break-out an old face from the Heroes TV show! Plus, just what is Angela Petrelli up to?
The end of the comic shows us the main cover and variant cover for issue #2 as well as a short feature on how the artist developed the look for Farah. There is also a feature on how artist Roy Allan Martinez developed the variant cover for this issue, from initial sketch to inking and coloring. Finally, the issue closes with the main cover for issue #3. This was another excellent issue, moving along at a good pace and keeping it interesting. Read Full Review
Like the previous issue of Heroes: Godsend, the art work is superb, and a little darker in atmosphere this time around. Yet there is a sense of balance, as Farah returns to her normal life during the day. The few spread out action scenes are changing mix from urban fighting, to something more stealthy. Read Full Review
It's always tough when a comic is just generally not-quite-right, and I worried after reading issue #1 that I was being too harsh on an opening chapter, but this issue contains the same weaknesses: Plotting coincidences that make it seem like most of the story is being told elsewhere, a main character that seems remote and without agency, and art that confuses where it should be the strongest. Read Full Review
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