Zoe Dare vs. The Disasteroid #1

Zoe Dare vs. The Disasteroid #1

Writer: Brockton McKinney Artist: Andrew Herman Publisher: Action Lab Comics Release Date: June 29, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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When the Earth itself is in danger from an approaching asteroid, a professional stuntwoman is our only chance to save humanity! But is Zoe Dare up to the task? With the help of her punk rock, I.T. savvy sister and two A.I. enabled robots, ready-or-not the unlikely team is about to be thrust into an adventure of disastrous proportions!

  • 8.5
    The Broken Infinite - Frank Rodriguez Aug 8, 2016

    The first 2 issues of Zoe Dare vs. The Disasteroid are full of strong storytelling, fully-realized characters and fun. Herman's art, while there are small inconsistencies with the head/face shape/width, it is still very solid. There is not denying the emotions conveyed by the characters while Herman also gets to really use his artistic muscles with different kinds of backgrounds, characters and vehicles. The line work is clean while the colors work perfectly. Meanwhile, McKinney's writing is superb, creating memorable characters with a wonderful story. There's enough twists and turns to keep readers captivated. Zoe, Danni, V.I.C.T.O.R., J.J. and more feel real, with witty, authentic dialogue. The book is a fun read from start to finish and the endings keep readers begging for more. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Carl Boehm Jun 29, 2016

    I commend Brockton McKinney for assembling this book and getting it to print, a feat so few can do. However, he needs to be more Brockton McKinney and less everyone else. There's a great potential and future for Zoe Dare if she can be written as herself and not the summation of pop culture references. Read Full Review

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