The group of mercenaries continues their search for the cure but realize a traitor is amongst them. Meanwhile, the self-proclaimed Queen of Monster Island uses one of her captives a bargaining chip but will her demands be met in time?
Escape From Monster Island is painfully plummeting into B grade movie status as the action is quickly taking a back seat to irrelevant melodrama. Although it may be necessary to establish the background of the story, to interrupt what the title presents as a conflict oriented narrative for histrionic moments ruins the pacing and thus, unbalances the tension of trying to survive on an island where everything is trying to kill the characters. With only three more issues left in the series, I just hope that Tyler and Granda don't try to stuff all of the epic scenes into the last half with no breathers. Here's hoping that the next one recovers the magic they cast on us from the beginning. Read Full Review