Revelations #2

Revelations #2

Writer: Paul Jenkins Artist: Humberto Ramos Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: February 5, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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News has broken to the press! Mysterious death at the Vatican! Detective Charlie Northern has always been a fan of conspiracy theories, but he believes the confusing twists and turns of his investigation can be pin-pointed to one person: Cardinal Gianfranco Tsocianni.

The closer Northern gets to uncovering the secrests of the Catholic Church, the more doors Tsocianni closes. While Tsocianni claims Northern's lack of faith makes him a bad detective, Northern knows that it may be the one reason he will crack this case wide open.

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    Major Spoilers - Kevin Mak Feb 10, 2014

    Paul Jenkins and Humberto Ramos combine their talents to create an interesting comic in Revelations #2. Although the comic book bares some resemblance to other works of fiction, the plot is properly structured and well-written. Meanwhile, Ramos's art style adds a unique representation to the comic. Overall, I look forward to what happens in Revelations in upcoming issues. Read Full Review

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    Flip Geeks - Ryan Villanueva Feb 13, 2014

    Like any television series ever made just when it's getting down to the good parts, the show (or in this case, this issue) ends. Revelations #2 is a nice development to the story, it lives up to the title of the book, it only reveals information that would keep you wanting to know more about what happens next in this series and the full Revelation at the end. Revelations #2 provides more questions than answers in this issue. Yes, Charlie may have uncovered relevant information to the case but at the end you'll think about the possibility about Charlie being right and what other secrets is the Vatican is trying to hide. With Revelations #2 just being the second issue you know that there are more Revelations to be made on this series but so far this book is headed in the right direction. Read Full Review

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    Comic Bastards - Samantha Roehrig Feb 5, 2014

    With all that is going on it is hard to get a grasp on what is the truth. This is one of those comics that you can't trust anyone. So maybe Marcel, Lucy, or Richleau are all a part of this bigger plan. Charlie could be the root of it all. I doubt this theory has credit, but this is exactly what an untrustworthy comic does to you. I can't trust anyone! Charlie starts to interview witnesses but with these cases no one can believed. It is switched to guilty till proven innocent. He seems to get a little closer to finding the truth of the Cardinal's death, but I don't think Charlie is in anyway prepared for what he will most likely find. Read Full Review

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