Knight Terrors: Angel Breaker #2

Event\Storyline: Knight Terrors Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Acky Bright Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 23, 2023 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 3
8.0Critic Rating
3.8User Rating

Angel Breaker and Raptor are trapped in a Kobra Cult lab while the world sleeps. No one is coming to their rescue. Unable to trust even each other, they must now somehow protect teenagers from the horrific Nanny Gillo-a legendary slasher pulled directly from Angel Breaker’s deepest, darkest fears.

  • 10
    But Why Tho? - William Tucker Aug 22, 2023

    Knight Terrors: Angel Breaker #2 is a magnificent horror story. Utterly terrifying and beautifully creative, it bucks the trend of the event to make this book even scarier. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AIPT - Chris Coplan Aug 23, 2023

    A fun and important addition to this event's deluge of tie-ins. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Aug 22, 2023

    Really, what makes this a compelling story is that Tim Seeley is very much in his element hereworking with primal fears and horror movie tropes in an unconventional setting. It calls back to the way he began his career, with indie sensation Hack/Slash, and that gives this series a bit more of an edge that many of the other tie-ins lack. Read Full Review

  • 7.0 - Jenna Anderson Aug 23, 2023

    While a bit more convoluted than some of its "Knight Terrors" contemporaries, boasting a number of deus ex machinas and twists upon twists, Knight Terrors: Angel Breaker still has some bright spots. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Batman Universe - Ian Miller Aug 30, 2023

    Tim Seeley and Acky Bright complete their dark tale of battling nightmares with style, leaving us wanting more about this underdeveloped and always underdressed assassin. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Psycamorean May 7, 2024

    So... to break it down: This is telling a story about characters we barely know or care about, while explaining the intricacies of a story that I don't think has been mentioned since Seeley wrote an arc about it in Nightwing, and it was probably early Nightwing. So like 6 or 7 years ago. This is like when Claremont decides to do another X-Men book, and slides it between two issues of his run from 40 years ago and it is so incredibly drilled into the continuity of the time that it reads like madness for anyone unfamiliar. Only less good because Claremont, for his faults, is a capable writer. Certainly more capable than Tim Seeley.

    I don't know how an editor read this and thought it's the best possible comic they could make. We hav more

  • 5.5
    ComicWorm Aug 23, 2023

  • 4.0
    ItsJess Aug 22, 2023

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