Suiciders: Kings of HelL.A. #2

Suiciders: Kings of HelL.A. #2

Writer: Lee Bermejo Artist: Alessandro Vitti Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: April 27, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
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8.5User Rating

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Things are heating up on the streets of New Angeles. Johnny stole the Coyotes championship sword, and the mayhem hes caused has brought not only the wrath of the former Suicider, but also unwanted police attention. Meanwhile, Trix has a secret growing inside her shed rather her brother not find out about.Bermejo successfully sets up his new book with intriguing characters, intensely brutal action, and a fascinatingly dark new world. IGN

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke Apr 27, 2016

    Like a powder keg, Suiciders: Kings of HelL.A. builds up and then explodes in exciting ways. Most importantly, a very angry and violent character feels sympathetic and you can relate with him. That's good writing. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comicsverse - Fabio Castelblanco Apr 30, 2016

    The only complaint I have with this issue would have to be ending. Now, I'm not familiar with the lore of the original SUICIDERS series, so perhaps the creature that appeared at the end of this comic is normal for this world. However, the appearance of this vampire-like creature at the end of the issue confused more than enticed me to read the next issue. So while the issue may disappoint some who were expecting a continuation of the previous issue, I believe that fans will find that learning more about our protagonists is much better from a storytelling perspective.So far I'm enjoying Bermejo'ssequel series, despitethe fact that I haven't read the original series, and I believe that speaks volumes about the quality of Bermejo's amazing writing. People who haven't read his originalseries can jump right in with SUICIDERS KINGS OF HELL.A. This comic is worth checking out if you are a fan of well-developed characters matched with incredible artwork of their violent actions. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Dark Knight News - Eric Joseph Apr 30, 2016

    My problem, if you even want to call it that, is that I find it difficult to attach myself to any of these characters as I have in several other recent Vertigo titles. This isn't a bad book by any means " it's just not grabbing me. If you read the first issue, I do encourage you to soldier on and formulate your own opinion. Read Full Review

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