Kaiju Score #2

Writer: James Patrick Artist: Rem Broo Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: December 30, 2020 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 3
9.1Critic Rating
8.5User Rating


Every detail is planned. The players are set. And the craziest and most dangerous heist ever conceived of is a go.

But to get here, Marco has had to agree to let another person on the team, and the new guy isn't exactly fitting in. To make matters worse, the truth about another member of the group comes to light. Oh, and there are giant monsters.

Is Marco prepared to juggle it all or will the Kaiju Score fail before it starts?  

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Lucas Fashina Dec 30, 2020

    Kaiju Score is an ambitious story, about Kaiju, whose potential danger is shown from the perspective of organized crime. The result is that Patrick has been successful in demonstrating how much destruction the Kaiju could cause with showing anything. Read Full Review

  • 10
    ComicBook.com - Jenna Anderson Dec 30, 2020

    We're only two issues into The Kaiju Score, but it's already shaping up to be an outstanding and incredibly spirited series. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Dec 30, 2020

    I had a whole lot of fun with the first issue of Kaiju Score as I got into the groove of it and this issue hits the ground running with it so that it's just a delight. The characters are moving as professionally as they can, all things considered, and seeing the way it's starting to fall apart already definitely makes for a lot of fun as you can see the chaos ahead. Patrick's script is definitely hitting all the right marks for me and I'm really enjoying what Broo brings to the page, from the design of the buildings and its architecture to the monsters themselves. And especially the characters. It's a lot of good fun that has me eager for more. Read Full Review

  • 8.1
    Graphic Policy - Brett Dec 30, 2020

    Kaiju Score #2 takes us in an expected direction but does it in a way that's not expected at all. We know things are going to go wrong. The issue delivers that relatively quickly and then piles onto it all and does so in a direction that's not what was set up. It's a fun second issue that keeps the reader on their toes awaiting the next trap to go off and up the difficulty level of the heist. Read Full Review

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