Clandestino #2

Clandestino #2

Writer: Amancay Nahuelpan Artist: Amancay Nahuelpan Publisher: Black Mask Studios Release Date: March 16, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 1
7.4Critic Rating
5.5User Rating

Things heat up for Clandestino as he attacks the military prison where Leena is held before hurtling on a high-octane, action-packed chase. Meanwhile, General Kapala continues laying waste to rebels who threaten his regime. Guns shoot in all directions and no one is safe in this revolutionary thrill-ride by the artist of Young Terrorists.

  • 10
    PopOptiq - Logan Dalton Mar 16, 2016

    Clandestino#2 continues to show how Amancay Nahuelpan is a genuine comics auteur as he provides the plot, world, and just enough narration to show what makes Clandestino tick as person to go with the explosive visuals, colors, and letters. If you're a fan of the action genre or just a human being with a pulse, who isn't squeamish about ultraviolence, throw your Blu Ray copy of Expendables 3in the trash can and addthis comic toyour pull list. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Graphic Policy - GCBTs Mar 15, 2016

    The dialogue is blunt and terse, overladen with invectives. Spartan in their communications with each other, the rebel couple seamlessly and violently works together to escape maybe. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    GAMbIT Magazine - J. Luis Mar 17, 2016

    Clandestino #2 get my recommendation on the insanity alone, but if you can I highly suggest you find a copy of issue one first. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Mar 16, 2016

    Part of me really wants to score this book higher. It's not perfect, but when I finally realized that it wasn't meant to be taken serious I really fell in love with it. Ultimately thought it's still a very flawed book. For all its action and character moments there are just an excess of pages and scenes that don't serve the story or the characters. While some of them are cheeky and fun, others leave you scratching your head. If you're looking for a romp and you can forgive all the stumbles the story makes, then you can find some fun with Clandestino. If you can't overlook its faults though, you're better off dating another comic. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Big Comic Page - Craig Neilson-Adams Mar 15, 2016

    In the end, CLANDESTINO is a fun but ultimately flimsy read with a fairly by-the-numbers story and protagonist which finds itself being lifted from mediocrity by virtue of its impressive artwork and the sheer enthusiasm of its creator.  Those looking for any sort of nuanced storytelling or multi-layered character development will find themselves bitterly disappointed, but those of us who can appreciate a mustachioed hero dispatching a squadron of corrupt military police in a shower of blood, bullets and eyeballs are in for an absolute treat.  Make of that what you will. Read Full Review

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