We once again join the young Samurai, Takeo, on his quest to understand the meaning of the mysterious symbol tattooed on his body - and to finally get the answers he's been craving from his missing brother!
Samurai BrotherS in Arms #2 is a strong follow-up to the first issue with the way the story gets back on track and advances. Takeo remains an interesting character including everything from the situation with Sayuri to the new character guiding them as part of a tentative deal. I didn't like Akio's addition last issue but once the story advances and answers are given he becomes much more bearable. So I'm looking forward to more answers and seeing what lies ahead for all of them. Read Full Review
Samurai: Brothers in Arms #2 dives deeper into the motivations and narratives provided by Jean-Francois Di Giorgio's writing. We not only have a main story of the brothers, but side stories and motivations are now playing a greater role in this series. With these new side stories now we have to wait and see if those become more important as the future issues are released. Frederic Genet and Delphine Rieu provide you with a world that is bright and realistic, but is also deeply rooted in the comic tradition. Each character is given a fair amount of detail regardless of their importance in the story. The environment itself respects the culture in which this story comes from. Read Full Review