New Crusaders: Dark Tomorrow Special #1

New Crusaders: Dark Tomorrow Special #1

Writer: Ian Flynn Artist: Phil Jimenez, John Workman Publisher: Dark Circle Comics Release Date: June 17, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The New Crusaders return in this new Dark Circle Comics Special! Still reeling from the shocking death of their teammate during the events of New Crusaders: Rise of the Heroes, the group has no time to rest as a new threat attacks Impact City. There's no room for failure -- the brutal Ragnarok claims to wield the power of a god, and has no problem sending the heroes home in body bags. Can the New Crusaders pull themselves together and avert catastrophe?

  • 7.5
    GWW - Enrique Rea Jun 18, 2015

    'New Crusaders' deserves a chance to blossom under the new Dark Circle Comics imprint where, more than anywhere else, can become a valuable addition to their line-up. It has a fertile foundation to build upon, with some diverse brave young heroes. 'Dark Tomorrow' proves that the 'New Crusaders' can be an exciting action series, that it can find redemption for its legacy and solidify itself as an on-going. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jun 22, 2015

    New Crusaders: Dark Tomorrow is a decent little one shot release, one that feels like a transitional piece to bring us into this world after its Red Circle run. It brings the reader up to speed well enough and I can see it being enticing enough for some to try out more. I have a real love of the Impact! Comics books from the 90's, so reconnecting with this kind of universe and characters in some form is nostalgic, and I'll admit I'm hopeful for more simply because there's a charm about them that I can't quite explain. Flynn does a solid enough job in bringing this together with what needs to be done, and having the recap pages definitely helps. Martinez and Bryant's artwork definitely captures the feeling overall that I think of when it comes to this tier of heroes and that has a sleekness and simplicity about it that works very well, contrasting some of what we get from other superhero publishers. I suspect there will be more, and I'll definitely check those out. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny Hughes Jun 17, 2015

    Whilst this book is a little bland for my taste, if I want “good old-fashioned superheroes” I would just go back and re-read All Star comics or JSA, I get that Archie will have their portion of the marketplace and this book seems to be tailor-made for them. This unfortunately tends to leave me a little bit disinterested in the book that seems to be aimed not at me or bring new readers to the brand. Read Full Review

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