As a team of expendable but highly trained mercenaries makes its way through the city, threats they never could have imagined hit them at every turn. How can one survive inside of a hell made up of monsters.
A monstrously successful return to monsters running amok on an island, while humans try to make their way through them. It's a classic trope done to perfection. We're only six issues in and I'd like to see this as a monthly series. Outstanding work, Zenescope! Read Full Review
While the story is progressing, the manner by which it is proceeding makes it take a back seat to the action. Readers want to be engrossed in a tale, not put to sleep by it, which is what is happening in this second issue. Tyler and Granda started with a promising premise, but it is slowly starting to devolve into something which is making us lose interest. Hopefully, it turn back into a cliffhanger and not something which you read children to lull them to dreamland. Read Full Review