Killer Groove #2

Writer: Ollie Masters Artist: Eoin Marron Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: June 26, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The music plays on and the killing continues as we delve further into this pulpy LA tale of musi-cians, contract killers and PIs. Iggy teaches Jonny the finer points of his violent new occupation, while Jackie and Ra l reconnect investigating Lucy's missing father.
From Ollie Masters (The Kitchen, Snow Blind) and Eoin Marron (HER INFERNAL DESCENT, Army of Darkness, James Bond) comes the next rock'n'roll sensation, with a beat that'll kill you dead.

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jun 27, 2019

    Killer Groove is doing some interesting work but I'm leaning further into the story involving Jonny at this point more than what Raul and Jackie are up to. Not that there aren't interesting points to be had there and you know it'll all intersect at some point. But right now, watching Jonny move down this unexpected life path is definitely a lot more interesting, especially as Iggy can throw some real monkey wrenches into it. Both stories look great as Corin Howell is firing on all cylinders here with great designs and sense of movement and setting as we move through this world and time. I really like how she brings both Jonny and Jackie to life here with all the little details and nuance of their designs, making them really engaging to watch. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Chase Magnett Jun 26, 2019

    Fans of crime comics and oddball period pieces are bound to be attracted to Killer Groove as various down-on-their-luck individuals continue to unravel. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Darryll Robson Jun 24, 2019

    A solid crime story. Killer Groove is cruel and harsh, with characters and tone to match. The storytelling from the artists makes this comic a pleasure to read. Read Full Review

  • 7.7
    Multiversity Comics - John Schaidler Jun 28, 2019

    Final Verdict: 7.7 Ollie Masters script does a great job of digging deep into the characters and their relationships while avoiding info dump and tedious backstory. At the same, the almost palpable sense of urgency in the first issue has all but evaporated. Read Full Review

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