Like previous issues, the art work by Rubine is superb. I will admit the “brightness,” that shows the flashbacks is a nice contrast from the present. The transition between past and present is done seamlessly outside of the color differences. Of course the grittiness of the of the present is incredibly consistent like it is in previous issues. Read Full Review
At the end there are four pages of really interesting information about luchadores (wrestlers), including a brief history of lucha libra (free wrestling), glossary of terms and moves, the rules of wrestling, famous luchadores and some of the psychology behind the colorful masks these wrestlers wear. The issue also includes a variant cover as well as a tease to the finalissue where we see a mysterious looking wrestler on the cover of Heroes Vengeance #5. This issue was all over the place and felt like it was too short. Not enough scenery chewed up for my tastes, so I'm giving it a 7 out of 10. I hope the final issue wraps it all up nicely. Read Full Review
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