Lords of the Jungle #5

Writer: Corinna Bechko Artist: Roberto Castro Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: July 20, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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With the scope of the plot behind Jane's kidnapping laid bare, Tarzan and Sheena are faced with something even more sinister: the possibility that no timeline is safe from the depredations of an apocalyptic cult! But with few resources and even fewer friends, can they wrest their fates and the future of their homes from the hands of Laine and her power mad cronies?

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    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jul 22, 2016

    Lords of the Jungle works through what it needs to here in getting things cleared out and setting up for what's to come while tightening up some of the plot points, notably with Laine. It's a solid enough issue that felt a lot more dense and verbose than past installments which kind of slowed the flow for me a bit when it feels like it should be more of a brisk book when it comes to reading it. The book definitely continues to look great and is worth second and third readings just to go over the finer details of Castro's artwork and designs as there are some neat touches to be had with the shading and line work in faces. And just to enjoy the artwork of the animals itself as that continues to be top notch. The series concludes in the next installment and I'm expecting a whole lot of crazy but fun chaos. Read Full Review

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