The Mighty Crusaders #2

Writer: Ian Flynn Artist: Kelsey Shannon Publisher: Dark Circle Comics Release Date: January 10, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 3
7.5Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

"New Blood." While new member The Web familiarizes himself with the rest of the Mighty Crusaders team, the villainous Dr. Iddh holds a ritual that threatens to awake an evil unlike the world has ever seen!

  • 8.0
    Spartantown - Enrique Rea Jan 12, 2018

    If Dark Circle Comics is to succeed it needs to develop more comics like 'The Mighty Crusaders' and ensure it's available every month and on time. I'd recommend this to anyone but the publisher has to do their part. With great fun adventures and relatable diverse characters, 'The Mighty Crusaders' is everything a comic book fan wants and frankly what the industry needs to attract new readers. This is A-plus material, a must-buy, and worth putting on your pull-list. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Olivier Roth Jan 11, 2018

    Quite frankly, I think what I like the most about The Mighty Crusaders is how it feels like it is trying to harken back to older style tales of superhero teams that we don’t see too much of these days. Yes, sometimes it is best moving forward, but looking back sometimes is fun too. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    SloboSOY Jan 11, 2018

    Ok second issue of this team. And that begun with a issue about leadership. A risked move but in fact a good one.
    The part about the team going in front of the camera I have a more mixed feeling. But I find interesting to see the bad guy growing on the dark. I laugh by finding some ressemblance between the doctor & Mario ^^ ... And at the end one of the Eliminators remembering me of Jade (Damn I mise her in DC comics). The pressure cooker is a kind of danger room ... But why not.
    I'm more convinced by this second issues. Well done.

    Cover - I take the variant with the team possing Shield in front with crossed arms. 1/2
    Writing - A little better. I like the idea about the god taking the place of Jaguar. But they lack more

  • 7.5
    Jeremy Cline Jan 31, 2018

    Flynn is handling something like eight characters at once, and this is no easy task within the confines of a single issue. That's why I'm holding back criticism of how Steel Sterling and Darkling have been handled. There is simply not enough room to handle them all--and to show us what this story arc's big bad is up to at the same time. I look forward to what is to come and hope that we will see more from Darkling and more personality from Steel.

    Artwise, I'm still pleased, although last issue I did point out that I don't find Shannon's facial expressions appealing. It almost feels like you're back in the nineties when everyone had to scowl menacingly.

    However, I do like his visual storytelling abilities, his layouts, more

  • 7.5
    Veido May 27, 2018

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